At what age did your child become fully night time toilet trained?
Without any accidents.
My son was 2 and half years old when he was completely and fully potty trained. He hasn't had an accident since.
I have 4 kids, and the answer is different for each! My oldest was about 4, but my middle son was just about 3 years old - thankfully before my twins were born a month later! With the twins, it was interesting that my daughter trained overnight more slowly than her twin brother. But, during the day, she was better than he was at an earlier age.
Interested in reading other answers!
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