I guess most of us manage to potty train our kids from age 18M to around 4? Though, some of us that are not as lucky, they are not potty train closer to 5. Also, there are some special need kids that is a lot older and still require diapers or have accidents occasionally.
Laynson is born with CCHS and together with CCHS, he had Hirschsprungs. HD is a condition that affects the large intestine (colon) and causes
problems with passing stool. Hirschsprung's disease is present when a
baby is born (congenital) and results from missing nerve cells in the
muscles of part or all of the baby's colon. We had a surgery done when he was 3 weeks old but we were told that it will be harder to potty train #2 till he is a lot older and even if we did, sometimes, he just can't control it and may have accidents unintentionally.
After being told about that and being around a lot of special need parents, I thought that it would be a good idea to extend the adjustable trainers that I've already got. So, with several prototype, we were able to come up with the extra snaps on the side so that the adjustable trainers can now fit a lot bigger kids. It does have gathers to make it more stretchable. Check them out. They are available @ our website, set of 3 (6 Pcs total) for $9.99. https://www.bububibi.com/store/index.php?p=product&id=73