Potty Training is going well....but one small problem...

Caylyn - posted on 02/23/2009 ( 13 moms have responded )

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My daughter can now go all day in the potty make it through naps etc....but she cannot make it through the night....I leave her door open the bathroom light on, tell her to come get me etc but she pees in her bed in the middle of the night, takes off her pajamas and panties, puts them in the laundry basket and if there is panties in her reach shell put clean ones on if not she goes back to bed butt naked and wont come wake me up or anything...i make her pee right before bed and as soon as she gets up..BUT she has only been fully out of pull ups for 3 days i got the mattress pad on Friday...how long will the peeing in the bed last and what else can i do!? Thanks for any help!

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User - posted on 02/25/2009

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u could try getting her up for a wee b4 u go to bed, see if that helps, it takes longer for them to be dry during the night, cos they either have to wake up and go or wait till morning.

Caylyn - posted on 02/23/2009

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yeah they wont switch her to building 3 at daycare until she is fully potty trained so we are working on it

Rachel - posted on 02/23/2009

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lol my oldest son does that... he just plain loves to sleep... i let him wear his diaper to bed for a few extra months and when he was ready he just told me one night mom I dont want a diaper tonight and since then he has been going to bed fine every night with no accidents...

Dale - posted on 02/23/2009

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Oh good ol` potty training, i lucked out, my daughter was fully trained by the time she was 2 years and only a few months. She went through this stage though, and i can say i wasnt the smart one to get a "good" mattress protector. I would say as everyone else seems to agree, no liquids an hour and half before bed, and make sure she sits on that potty before and after she gets ready for bed, what i had did was kept diapers on her overnight, and it lasted for about a few weeks to maybe a month or so of doing that, and then she gradually caught on, i too put her potty within reach. Ive come to the conclusion of them having a reliance on having a diaper on for so long that they must forget while theyre sleeping, oops!!! good luck :) i hope i helped you a little !!



 

Stephanie - posted on 02/23/2009

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I was thinking also. I read that constipation is a big reason why some kids have a problem with wetting have you checked into anything about that.

Stephanie - posted on 02/23/2009

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My daughter was potty trained at two and all the sudden she started doing the same thing at 3 yrs old. I had to put her in pullups cause I was tired of changing her sheets. I just made sure she went before bed and it only lasted a couple of months. I don't know why or if that helps.

Caylyn - posted on 02/23/2009

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The daycare tells me that pull ups confuse them to go straight to panties or nothing at all..But i will put the potty next to it and all see if it works! ill let you know! Thanks! =)

Sarah - posted on 02/23/2009

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That's usually the last to come in potty taining. I would put a potty right next to her bed and maybe some sort of night light next to it so she can see. Maybe consider going back to a pull up for a while until she has mastered it a little more. It won't be long.

Jennifer - posted on 02/23/2009

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hey there i have the same problem with my 3yr  daughter too...goes all day but not at night...i even stop giving her drinks after 630pm....i wear a diaper on her so she doesnt ruin her bed pull-ups are to pricey!! good luck!!! Jenn

Michelle - posted on 02/23/2009

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I would limit her fluid intake after a certain time.  Maybe cut them off at least an hour before bed and then take her before she goes to bed. 

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