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Aarrggh help me cope with DS2 (4)

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Herecomesthesciencebint Sun 17-Jul-11 19:24:37

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ewaczarlie Tue 19-Jul-11 11:50:56

gosh dont know how to help as our DS is still in nappies (though TT is around the scary corner). This could be totally against all proper advice but have you thought of going back to nappies and then starting TT again? honestly dont know what to recommend.
Would say though that i was suprised he still has dummy at 4. Our 2yo still has his and its killing me. I cant wait to get rid of them as i think he's too old for them now but i just dont know how to do it (ok i just want an easier life for a couple more months).
hopefully someone with some better thoughts then mine will help you soon

tamela Wed 20-Jul-11 18:59:33

have you spoken to your doctor? as there is a condition whereby they lose all sense of needing to go (my dn has this problem) you can see a special incontinance nurse hope this helps some

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