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Going back to nappies after 6 months!

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tortoisesarefab Sun 18-Jan-15 18:08:19

Has anyone done this, or have any advice? Ds is 3 next month and we started potty training at 2 and a half. He got poos within 2 days which is why I persisted and now he is dry overnight but still wets at least once a day. I am getting so fed up with it, I just don't think he gets it. He only ever asks to go to the toilet when he needs a poo or when he has already wet a bit in his pants. Sometimes it's just a bit and sometimes he soaks through. I just don't think he knows when he needs to go but he realises when he has weed a bit and then asks to go. I just don't know what to do with him, do I just go back to nappies, get those disposable pant liners or just keep persisting?

tobysmum77 Mon 19-Jan-15 22:17:32

I'd keep on, bribe him to go at regular intervals. Make sure he has plenty of water to drink.

I feel your pain my dd (also just 3) has been similar, I think we are finally getting there.

tortoisesarefab Tue 20-Jan-15 20:55:18

Thanks for your reply. It's just so frustrating and doesn't help when some people say he should be well trained and others say he is only little still confused I am going to try and get him to go to the loo every 2 hours. He wets a lot more when we are at home then out and about too and I don't know if that's because he drinks more at home or he just gets lazy! I have got some underpants liners that will hopefully stop the dribbles getting to his trousers so going to give them a try

tobysmum77 Tue 20-Jan-15 21:05:40

Mine is worse at home also. We had a phase where every 1.5 hours I would be shouting 'woo woo' with dd legging it hmm .

I just tried to relax, you can't change it. And from reading on here the resistant ones aren't necessarily better later.

tortoisesarefab Tue 20-Jan-15 21:28:40

I suppose there is some reassurance in the fact that leaving it may not have made life any easier! I am so sick of people telling me their child 'got it' in a few days and never has accidents ect! My Ds tells me now 'it's only an accident mummy' think he May sense the frustration even though I try my best to smile and say 'next time remember to tell mummy' inside I am going aaarrrghhhh, not again! Good to know I am not alone in the struggling, can't help but think I did it wrong sometimes

tobysmum77 Wed 21-Jan-15 06:26:32

haha yes I get 'it doesn't matter' angry

tobysmum77 Wed 21-Jan-15 06:29:05

My other one 'just got it' at 2.4 btw so I doubt it's anything you've done. It's personality dd2 genuinely doesnt care if she's wet. Dd1 the few times she wet herself was distraught.

tortoisesarefab Wed 21-Jan-15 19:51:16

That's good to know. He doesn't seem to care either. My dd will be in nappies till she is about 4 because I am not going through this again anytime soon!

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