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Velvetsteph wrote:To be honest she probably won't nap though there are kids that do at nursery at that age - does she usually wee during naps? Most days she does. TBH I think she gets lazy sometimes & waits till the nappy goes on
If they're happy to deal with the accidents then I'd trial the mat suggestion and see how it goes and if it does turn out she needs a nappy at nursery then send a BG or a WNOS (do BGs not fit her then?) BG's sometimes leave red marks & she complains but WNOS are ok
Isabelle stopped napping at nursery before she went up to the preschool room...
charlibunny wrote:Get a wnos.. and if it does not work or she does not nap you have a pretty new nappy for Grace
dawnsmummy wrote:What shadow said.
I'd be more worried about the woolies being ruined by playing I'm worried about the woolies getting ruined too. I might send her scruffy shorties that I don't like.
And if the worker was a bit off about it, it'd make me more determined to do it That's what I'm feeling like but not sure if it's worth the fight if she'd not going to nap anyway :giggle
ladybird wrote:I'm not sure I get the problem with the wool and fitted? Can she not just wear wool longies/skirtie/shorties on those days and have a fitted on? Or go with the protective sheet idea? They must be used to children wetting during a nap. Tbh I'd be surprised if she napped, there'll be so much going on and so many other children playing still she'll probably drop it on those days.