Before you do, have you tried this technique to get her out of night nappies altogether?
Getting dry at night
Very often once a child is dry in the day, dry at night follows pretty well straight away. However, if you are having problems, here’s a technique you might like to try.
Most children will be dry for most of the night, but will wee on waking. Children will often use a nappy just because it’s there, so put your child to bed with nothing at all on their lower half. With nothing on, they often shoot out of bed onto the potty as soon as they start to wake.
Firstly, make your child’s bed in the normal way. Then, over the top of the bottom sheet, place a waterproof sheet across the bed, under the nappy area. On top of this place a thick bath sheet, and over the top of that, place a cot sheet. This draw sheet system is easy to remove and deal with in the morning, should an accident occur!
Secondly, reduce the amount of fluid intake for a couple of hours before bedtime.
Thirdly place your child’s potty right beside the bed, and make sure he knows it’s there!
Fourthly, lift your child onto the potty when you go to bed. They don’t usually really wake up, but usually will perform!
If this technique works, you will probably not need to lift your child for more than a couple of weeks, as he will quickly learn the signs of a full bladder, and wake himself