We forgot Gertie's nappy last night.
She has been out of nappies during the day for nearly six months, but we only occasionally and apparently randomly have a 'dry night' and so she has been in a pull-up overnight for ages.
She was getting lazy though, and would just wee in it some nights, immediately before bed, as an excuse to get back up again. Very annoying, and of course they are not cheap. So we had taken to putting it on very last thing, post-last-visit-to-the-toilet. Except that for some reason we didn't put the nappy on at all. It sort of got lost in the goodnight kisses and bedtime story.
And so she came in this morning and it was the first thing she said. Accusingly. "You forgot my nappy. That was a bit silly."
I leapt out of bed immediately, imagining untold horrors in the bedroom. Unfounded.
So now I am wondering whether having the nappy on is the reason for Gertie not being dry at night. She will be three this May, so I suppose that we ought to get on with it.
Any advice for taking this next step gratefully received...