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Training Pants

Sometime between the ages of 22 and 36 months, most children are ready to begin transitioning from diapers to the potty. If your child is showing signs that it may be time to begin potty training, there are steps you can take to help make the process easier. Training pants are one simple way you can ease your child through the transition. At CVS, you'll find a diverse assortment of training pants in various sizes and styles. Explore the selection online, make a purchase, and you can have your order shipped right to your door.

Simplifying Potty Training

Training pants are diapers that are developed with the needs of older children in mind. Like conventional diapers, training pants have side tabs that allow parents to lay their children down for diaper changes; however, training pants can also be pulled on and off just like underwear. The design makes it possible for kids to become accustomed to using the potty while preventing leaks and messes when accidents occur.

Comparing Absorbency Levels

As you shop for training pants, you'll want to keep absorbency levels in mind. The absorbency tells you how much fluid and waste a diaper can hold until it leaks. Most training pants have a standard absorbency that makes them as effective as conventional diapers. Overnight options are available to provide extra protection when children may be too sleepy to realize they need to go to the bathroom. Some children may continue to need overnight training pants even after they are potty trained.

Considering Size

Size is another important consideration when shopping for training pants. Each brand has its own sizing system, so it's important to read the product descriptions to determine which size is right for your child. Sizing may be based on children's clothing size with labels like 2T, 3T, 4T, and 5T. Alternatively, brands may offer Small, Medium, and Large sizing systems determined by weight.

Factoring in Other Features

Once you have focused on the right absorbency and size for your child, you can compare other features of training pants. Many brands offer products specifically for boys and girls. Boys training pants are often more absorbent in the front, while girls training pants typically have extra absorption material in the middle of the groin area. Training pants usually have playful designs, giving you the freedom to choose an option that will appeal to your child.

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