Apparently, I'm the only one who still thinks she is a baby, because everyone else is under the impression that she is all grown up. Sigh.
So we bought the Pampers brand called Easy-Ups, because we were Pampers snobs and have liked their Cruisers diapers.
These Easy-Ups are stitched at the sides like regular underwear, so in order to put them on you have to put them over her feet. This is complicated if she's wearing shoes or clothes, which she is most of the day. Taking them off was simple enough because you just had to tear the stitching on the side and they'd come apart, but if you were wrong, and she wasn't really wet, then you'd just ruined a perfectly good diaper. There was no repairing it. I did NOT like these diapers, but just figured that was what all training diapers were like, and we were stuck with them.
So I was surprised when the director of her soon-to-be-new-school said she had to have training diapers with velcro on the sides when she comes to school. I didn't believe this existed, because it sounded wonderful - and surely Pampers wouldn't neglect to include such a fabulous feature on their pricey Easy-Ups, right?
Wrong! And YAY for Huggies! After doing a little research, I discovered that Huggies Pull-Ups have velcro on the sides so they can be put on much like a regular diaper, although they still work as up-and-down training pants when we're on the potty.
So now, we're big Huggies fans. And the girl Pull-Ups have princesses on them, so - you guessed it - Camille is very happy too!