this is for all the parents whose kids are struggling with nighttime potty training - biodegradable absorbent material
For many parents, the road to training potty during the day is already painful enough.
A lot of clothes need to be changed for an outing.
There are bribery and reward charts.
There are a lot of conversations and text messages around pee with your partner.
Then there is night training.
For many children, it is a beast of its own, and it is not conquered until long after day training, a distant memory.
Enter pajamas: None
Diaper pajamas designed to help children train overnight faster.
This is how it works: the pajamas come with a non-essentialbulky, built-in diaper.
If an accident occurs with your child, the amount of urine absorbed by the absorbing material is the same as the overnight diaper.
However, this material does not completely remove the moisture of the child's skin as many overnight diapers have been designed.
So, the way a child learns potty training during the day ---
It feels wet when an accident happens--
They do it at night.
It also eliminates the child in diapers knowing that he or she has a cane available.
"It turns out that pajamas are so popular that it's hard for the company to keep in stock," Creator Hammond told Good Morning America . ".
Hammond said that so far feedback from families who have received pajamas has been very positive.
"For some older children, it is an embarrassment to not be fully trained at night," he said . ".
"We want this to be eliminated.
"And eliminate garbage in the process.
According to the company's estimates, diapers discharge billions of pounds of garbage into landfill sites every year.
The company claims that pajamas can be washed 300 times.