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user1473692886 Mon 12-Sep-16 16:18:25

Very new to this grin I need some advice please sad
My lil girl is 3.5 she was potty trained (during the day from 2years and 2 months)
She did so good but was adamant to wear a pull up to bed!
I have had her out of pull ups the past 3/4months but she's having so many accidents I'm pulling my hair out,always changing sheets,when she wets she comes in and wakes me and she has to be soothed back off not before the bed is changed and most of the house wakes up!
Any body got any tips or would going back to pull ups for a little while longer help.
I also used to take her out of the bed to bring her to the loo but she never remembered I thought I was defeating the purpose
HELPconfused

lightgreenglass Mon 12-Sep-16 16:25:11

I would put her back in pull ups till she's ready to go all night without wetting the bed. We waited 2 weeks or so for DS to be dry in his pull ups and then just stopped offering them to him. Alternatively, keep getting her up before you go to bed to have a wee.

minipie Mon 12-Sep-16 16:27:51

Go back to pull ups. They become dry at night when they produce the right hormone, this varies from child to child and up till 6 or 7 can be normal, it's not something you can train them into (in general).

ThePhantomKnickerSniffer Mon 12-Sep-16 16:28:34

Id leave her in pull ups tbh

My youngest is 2 years 5 months and has been fully dry and clean in the day for 3 months but she's still in a nappie at night

My health visitor said that toddlers only become dry at night when they start producing some kind of a hormone ? So maybe your LO is not producing it yet?

user1473692886 Mon 12-Sep-16 16:41:57

I've never actually heard of the hormone,thanks for all you're help!
I think that's the next route to go down,I'm exhausted with all this night time waking grin

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