When it comes to potty training your toddler, night time training and daytime training are 2 separate things.
For instance I’ve noticed a lot of parents using potty training charts to train their child during the day, but not using them for night time training. If they work for one they will probably work for the other too.
Even if you manage to successfully POTTY TRAIN YOUR CHILD IN 3 DAYS that doesn’t mean that it’s all over. It’s common for kids to wet their bed at night years after they’ve completely mastered the process in the day time.
Toilet training your SON or your daughter at night can be done very easily by following certain rules, like not allowing him big drinks before bed time, or waking him up a little earlier so he can go potty, etc.
Girls are easier to potty train, but that does not mean that they won’t wet the bed at night, just like boys do. It helps a lot if you wake your child one hour after he’s asleep and take him or her to the potty.