Potty Training Regression

Jade - posted on 11/12/2013 ( 1 mom has responded )

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My 3 year old Daughter has been potty trained since she was 2yrs old. But past month she has failed to use the toilet for a no.1 or no.2 almost daily. I've practiced almost everything I've found on the internet to assist. But the potty training regression persists.
I have pinpointed the source of her problem, we have relocated and she now has me as her only parent, so I understand this kind of behavior is understandable. But none of the suggested techniques have helped. Its gonna be 2months that this has been happening. I've tried addressing the changes we've been through, I've explained going to the bathroom is her big girl job, there seems to be no improvement at all.
what should I try next?

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Penny - posted on 11/12/2013

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Hi I had an issue like this with my daughter. She was a keener and was potty trained at 10 months but at about 18 months she has a period here she had accidents. She was going on a plastic potty and then started peeing on the floor for a week straight. I moved her to the toilet and made a big deal about how good she was and what a big girl she was and it resolved itself. She is 25 months now and doesnt even where a diaper for sleep (which is weird in itself because my son ho is 4 still does, each kid is different for sure.

I think it is pretty common to have this sort of a temporary set back. I am interested to see the other comments too.

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