What's the difference between GoodNites and pull ups?

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asked Feb 20 in Bed Wetting by hardact2follow (1,650 points)
What's the difference between GoodNites and pull ups?

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answered Feb 20 by paratom (3,640 points)
I don't believe in Goodnights or pull-ups. It's only for kids that want to be potty trained or trying to keep the bed dry. They leak like crazy. Your best bet is real diapers.

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commented Feb 20 by mwalker1996 (8,080 points)
Goodnites are for kids who are bedwetters (ages 4-15) Pull-ups/training pants are for toddlers potty training (ages 2-4)
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answered Feb 20 by Christeenlia (8,640 points)
The difference between Goodnites and Pull Ups is that Goodnites are a larger size pull up made for older kids above potty training age.

Goodnites are meant for those older kids who wet the bed or have small wetting accidents.

Pull Ups are similar to Goodnites but they run smaller than Goodnites and are meant for kids under 5 years old who are potty training.

For bed wetting I found that my kids leaked through Goodnites as Goodnites are not that good fitting or meant to hold heavy wettings

So I would recommend regular diapers.

If your bed wetting kid is small enough then they can sometimes fit into a size 6 or size 7 toddler diaper such as Pampers Cruisers size 7, Pampers Baby Dry size 6, Luvs size 6 diapers or even a Dollar General Gentle Steps size 7 diaper.

The actual tape on diapers fit better and are more absorbent for kids who wet the bed and Pull Ups and Goodnites are still a diaper but a less absorbent pull on style diaper.

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