wont stop peeing and pooping on the floor as a tantrum

Becky - posted on 09/30/2015 ( 4 moms have responded )

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He is three and a half has been potty trained for well over a year. About six months ago he started peeing and pooping his pants atleast three times a week. Then last month he started crapoing in the floor and smearing all over the room and in his toy box. Hes done it three times his month. Today he went to his room pulled his pants down and peed on a pile of clean clothes. We have tried rewards( he never makes it long enough to even get the reward), time out, not bring able to go places, and spanking. Nothing works. I even put him back in pullups and he just takes them off. When he poops in his room he wipes his ass with blankets clean clothes and other pullups. Idk what to do

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Liza - posted on 10/02/2015

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My baby is already 5 years old, but I can remember the bath and teeth brushing and bedtime horror like it was yesterday. I had some advice from my mother; my favorite was time-outs...sparingly. Depending on the child, using a time-out occasionally, beginning at about the age of 18 months, may help him manage his feelings better when he has a tantrum. A time-out can be helpful when your child's tantrum is especially intense and other techniques aren't working.
Placing your child in a quiet, or – better yet – boring spot for a brief period (about one minute per year of his age) can be a good lesson in self-soothing. Also there are videos online on how to talk with your toddler correctly. Most of them are rubbish, but few are gold. I found this one helpful healthyfamilyhouse.com good luck!

Emily - posted on 10/02/2015

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Please help; my 3 year-old daughter has always had, and still has, crying/tantrum episodes every single day when it's time for bath and teeth brushing. Bedtime is so stressful EVERY DAY! And this is not the only time she is out of control.
I have tried it all; routine, stories, positive reinforcement, games, etc, etc., still, nothing works. We can't figure it out...we would appreciate your input...I'm all ears!!! Thanks!!

Becky - posted on 09/30/2015

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Yes. He doesnt seem to care. Or he just will not do it he will just sit there and stare at it know its purely a tantrum because i sent him to his room and wouldnt let him watch tv because i found more poop in the closet and went in there and caught him peeing on the clothes i had laid out

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