Nighttime Potty Training Continues

I was inspired to write this post in the When Parenting Gets Tough Series: Nighttime Potty Training as a part of participating in a campaign with White Cloud Sleep Pants.  This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of White Cloud Sleep Pants.

When Parenting Gets Tough

Back in February, I shared the trials and tribulations {there have been lots} of nighttime potty training.  We’ve done the going straight to panties thing, we’ve done the limiting liquids thing, the wake them up in the middle of the night to go thingYep, done that too.

Sophia is just not physically ready.  That’s what I’ve come up with and since deciding this back in February, we’ve both been a lot less stressed.

Even though she’s been potty trained during the day for almost 18 months now, we’re both accepting the fact that she just isn’t ready at night.  Although, she declared she was done with diapers about a year ago too! 

So, we’ve tried cloth trainers, which worked great at nap times, but for night nothing cut it.  We tried panties and getting up in the middle of the night – which left us both stressed and tired.  I even made my own cloth trainers {tutorial coming soon}, but again, just not enough absorbency for nighttime.  So, we have turned to disposable training pants. 


Although we’re a family that is trying to go green, this is an instance where we’ve taken a step back.  Sophia’s independence is important to me and when she feels like she’s still a big girl even though she has to wear a training pant to bed, we’re good.

I was recently sent the new White Cloud Sleep Pants to try.  I think the Sleep Pants are mainly geared towards older children who can really tell a difference between disposable training pants, diapers, and underwear.  They really feel and look more like regular underwear.


The sides of the White Cloud Sleep Pants {on the right} are soft where as most potty training pants are more scrunched giving a tighter fit.  Along with being softer, the sides are also infused with Vitamin E and Aloe to not irritate skin and are hypoallergenic.


The sleep pants come in S/M and L/XL sizes.  We were sent the S/M, but as it fits 45-65 lbs, they’re still a little large on Sophia.  The rise is taller and the waist is larger than the training pants she uses now. 


The designs on the Sleep Pants are older kid-friendly and gender neutral.

Although right now Sophia is right on developmentally, if she has issues with bedwetting as she gets older, I’m glad to know that there are affordable options like the White Cloud Sleep Pants that retails for just $7.75 a package. 

White Cloud is going green in a lot of their products recently {paper towels, toilet paper} and I would love to see a green version of the Sleep Pants in the future too!

Did you know that over 5 million kids a year experience bedwetting and it is one of the most common experiences during childhood development?

White Cloud Sleep Pants have been developed to provide exceptional comfort and leakage protection while looking like underwear. White Cloud Sleep Pants offer thin, discrete absorbent protection for your child. They have soft, stretchy sides that fit like real underwear, plus leak guards to help protect against leaks. The soft inner liner is hypoallergenic and treated with vitamin E and aloe for skin protection.

Each bag contains two unisex graphic designs and at $7.75, White Cloud offers exceptional value.

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of White Cloud Sleep Pants.

  1. Fantastic review on the white cloud pull ups. The question is , do they do the job? You want your little girl to notice she is wetting so she is aware and gets up and goes the toilet. Hope you and your family are going well.

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