My friend shared an article with me today, and I thought I'd make a posting about it if it wasn't already on the site (if it is, ADMINS: feel free to delete this posting).
According to "The Daily Mail", more parents are busy and delaying potty training longer now then ever before. This is creating more sales of diapers and pullups, and challenges for teachers at grade schools. Apparently the kids and the families themselves don't seem too worried about it. IDK.
I don't know if this article is just something that is sensationalizing a rare instance, or if it is really indicating an emerging trend where lots of kids are wearing pullups and nappies (diapers) longer and longer. Who knows. Whats your thoughts on this article or "trend"? ...
Allegidly, in the UK, more and more kids are wearing pullups and drinites 24/7, including to school at ages 5, 6, and even 7.
They are blaming many trends
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Absolutely potty! How children are still wearing nappies to SCHOOL - with dire risks to their health | Mail Online