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Will using cloth nappies make my daughter ready to potty train earlier?

Many people believe that using cloth nappies instead of disposables will help speed up the potty training process. A cloth nappy allows a child to feel when they are wet or dirty, while today’s disposables are so absorbent that a child usually does not realise when they are wet.
Although there are no studies to prove it, many experts believe that when a child can feel the wetness, they will make the mental connection that a dirty nappy is not a good feeling earlier and will take to potty training earlier.

In any case, if you are thinking of switching to cloth nappies, you need to realise there is much more work involved. They definitely are not as convenient as disposable, but on a positive note, cloth nappies will save money in the long run!

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