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I have always been a big fan of Blueberry diapers so I was really excited to try their trainers. Besides their great quality and fit, their prints have long been on the top of my list of favorites. This trainer is no exception. I was sent this adorable Monsters print to review.
About the trainer:
Blueberry trainers come in three sizes:
- small – (22-30 lbs)
- medium – (25-35 lbs)
- large – (32-42 lbs)
Blueberry trainers come in a wide range of adorable prints and colors that look and feel like big kid underwear. The trainer is made of cotton with an inner lining made with cotton velour, a hidden layer of microterry and PUL which is meant to catch small accidents. These are not waterproof and are not absorbent like a diaper.
K-Dub just turned 3 years old and is about 32½ pounds. We chose the medium trainer to review. This trainer runs a little smaller than the others we’ve tried but it still fits him perfectly. If your child’s weight falls in the highest end of the range then I would consider sizing up to the next size.
The leg elastics are snug and would likely hold in a #2 accident if it were to happen. Thankfully we haven’t experienced that yet.
They look just like big kid underwear and are so cute. I absolutely love the look of these trainers. Blueberry always has such fantastic, colorful prints and I’m glad that they are keeping with that in their trainers.
While moving, sitting, or squatting the elastic still stay snug which is, of course, a good thing.
These trainers are well made, soft inside and out, are super cute, and look like big kid underwear to encourage potty training. We’ve determined that K isn’t quite ready for potty training and has full accidents in his trainers. These aren’t quite as absorbent as some of the other trainers we’ve tried so I would recommend using these once your child is already using the potty on a pretty regular basis and only has small or occasional accidents.