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toilet training problems

posted 1 decade 6 years ago
Amy is nearly 3 and has been dry during the day for nearly a year now and has done really well.

The last week since both Brian and myself have been on holiday she has wet herself at least twice everyday Sad Face

I dont know if it is an attention thing as she is bone dry at night and has been for weeks now.

Anyone else been through this or have any advice?

She starts nursery on august 29th 2 days before her 3rd birthday so im a bit worried if this is going to be a major step backwards for her Sad Face

posted 1 decade 6 years ago
Hey Buttercup. Aaralyn has been potty trained since she was a little over 2 and is now 4 and still has accidents at night Suspect

She did have some regression a few months after she was potty trained... I think she was just into playing and didn't want to get up and go Wink

good luck sweety, I wouldn't worry too much, once she starts nursery and sees the other kids using the potty, she'll follow right along I bet.

posted 1 decade 6 years ago
i to wouldnt worry hun i think it would just be an attention thing with having both arents home maybe?
especially if she isnt used to you both being there all the time..

you can expect a few accidents when she goes to nursery... liam has been dry during the day for a while but when he was just starting in nursery..he wet him self on a hand full of occasions but has soon settled back to his normal self..

posted 1 decade 6 years ago
hi there

Please dont worry about it hun. My meggie has been dry in the day since she was 3 and dry in the night about 6 months after that. She's 5 now and she has the occasional accident still. It happened the other week actually. She was watching TV downstairs and i was upstairs tidying up. She came upstairs and asked me if she could have a clean pair of knickers as she'd had an accident. Kiss Some kids still have the occasional accident at the age of 7 so please dont worry yourself. Kiss

posted 1 decade 6 years ago
On very rare occasions DD wets a little when she's so excited and so busy playing that she leaves it too late and wets on her way to the toilet,even though she's been toilet trained for 2 years

posted 1 decade 6 years ago
As everyone has said i wouldnt worry. Josh has been totally dry for nearly a year - but at the weekend at his birhtday party he wet himself twice as he just didnt want to leave what he was doing!

posted 1 decade 6 years ago
Thats the same problem im having with Lauren at the mo, she has been dry (day an night) for about 9months now, but recently when she has been needing 2 go she has been getting to the bathroom door and then just letting go an wetting herself, this has happened at least once a week for the past month, im thinking that she's just having so much fun and holding it in for as long as possible, so im looking out for any signs that she's needing and taking her straight in2 the loo x

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