Katie received a free pair of training pants from My Green Family for this review. No other compensation was received and all opinions are her own. Post contains affiliate links. While we’re not currently potty training my two year old, we’ve had plenty of experience with training pants from having an older son. I actually have quite the collection in my drawer, waiting for the day he decides he’s ready to use them. Imse Vimse training pants are made in Europe out of 100% organic cotton and are meant to be used during the day (except for during naps) so your child can associate the need to use the potty with having wet pants. Their new and improved trainers have a snug, comfortable fit and a soft elastic waistband. They have three layers of absorbent organic cotton and one layer of PUL. This helps protect your child’s pants during small accidents but still allows them to feel when they’re wet, which helps aid in the potty training process.
Change-Diapers received a product at no cost for review purposes. We were not otherwise compensated for this post and all opinions are our own. Here in the Change-Diapers house we love Super Undies. Their pull-on potty training pants received a makeover, and we got a sneak peek of the 2.0 version!
Change-Diapers received product at no cost for review purposes. We were not otherwise compensated for this post and all opinions are our own. Bambino Mio‘s Potty Training Pants are underwear style with a cotton solid or print outer, hidden water resistant layer and absorbent inner pad for small accidents.
Choosing cloth training pants can be nearly as overwhelming as choosing cloth diapers. Styles can vary from essentially being larger diapers, to being slightly padded underwear. Each brand and style has its own merits, but I have found a few favorites.
Post contains affiliate links. I purchased this item myself. I was not asked to write, nor was I compensated for this post, and all opinions are my own. Sloomb A.K.A. Sustainablebabyish is best known for their fitteds and wool covers. Sloomb trainers recently joined the lineup in 3 colors and 3 sizes.