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28/06/2011 at 08:46
30/06/2011 at 15:27
WELL BELIEVE IT OR NOT WE HAD THE SAME THING WITH OUR 3 YR OLD SON CHARLIE AND HE'S BEEN POTTY TRAINED SINCE LAST YEAR SO IT WAS A BIG SHOCK WHEN HE STARTED DOIN IT A FEW WEEKS BACK
WHEN HE DID IT AT FIRST I TRIED NOT TO MAKE A FUSS BECAUSE THEY SAY GIVING THEM ATTENTION ONLY MAKES THEM DO IT MORE, SO I WOULD JUST TAKE HIM TO THE TOILET CLEAN HIM UP AND SEND HIM ON HIS WAY, BUT THEN THAT DIDNT SEEM TO WORK SO I BEGAN TELLING HIM OFF AND SITTING HIM IN TIME OUT AFTER I'D CLEANED HIM UP AND THAT SEEMED TO WORK. ALSO WE DID A STICKER CHART TO WITH A FEW THINGS ON ONE OF THEM INCLUDING KEEPING HIS PANTS CLEAN AND DRY AND SINCE THEN HE'S BEEN FINE
TO BE HONEST I THINK ITS JUST A PHASE THEY GO THROUGH BUT A VERY UNPLEASENT ONE FOR US LOL, JUST TAKE A DEEP BREATH AND EITHER IGNORE HER WHEN SHE DOES IT OR SHOW HER THAT YOU ARE NOT HAPPY WITH HER POOING IN HER PANTS AND SEE WHAT HAPPENS
HOPE THIS HELPS
03/07/2011 at 08:52
04/08/2011 at 19:07
wow. This is like reading my own post!!! lol
My 3 yr old Son, Charlie is doing exacty the same. He was fine to start but now he either poo's his pants, goes n hides to do it or holds it in for days to the point of being in pain when finally going!!!
I have heard they can go backwards but never experienced this with my 1st. Maybe I should think about a sticker chart too!
good luck x
04/08/2011 at 20:39
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