I'm tired of poop and pee. Between the kids and the animals, ugh. We eat supper around 4:30, they don't get any drinks after that unless we have a snack, then it's a small cup. The rest of the day we usually don't have much of a problem unless they get something other than water-then the guzzle it down, which makes them pee a lot. We have a potty chair in the living room for our 2 year old and our 4 year old is doing a lot better about going pee, if only I can get them to go poop in the potty :/. they certainly have their off days when they have a brain fart and forget to go pee...all. day. The two year old just started not wearing diapers at night because her little butt is getting too big for the cloth and it's hard to fit disposables in the budget. We keep disposable training pants around only for trips in the car because it's a pain to clean the car seat.
I know many toddlers and even those past the toddler stage still have to use them, especially those with challenges or have been through a rough life. But there are some children struggle with potty training more than others. Your child will get there. He/she may just need a little extra time.