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I thought potty training was half way over? - September 15th 2016, 05:47 PM

Okay. So we've had Ava day time potty trained for a very long while now. We used a 'pull up' or whatever they're called during the night, because she would still sometimes pee in her bed at night, or during nap time.

Anyway, Ava hasn't had an accident during the day in a very very long time, but this past week she has been peeing in the floor/bed every single chance she gets. Has anyone else experienced this? I don't really believe in getting on to her for going pee. Accidents happen. However, it is like she just refuses to go to the potty anymore, and I'm not entirely sure how to handle the situation. I've been trying to think of any added stress she may be experiencing. Any changes in her daily routine that could cause her to pee in her pants, and I can't really think of any. I've also encouraged her to use the potty more often, and have been reminding her so we can try and avoid these accidents.

If anyone has any advice that would be awesome. Thanks it advance.


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Re: I thought potty training was half way over? - September 18th 2016, 02:46 PM

Sometimes kids are not ready and end up going back. What happens when she has to go? Does she tell you and then you go with her or does she go to the bathroom herself? Sometimes kids are shy to tell adults when they need to go, end up holding it in, until they can't. I remember that happened with a 2 year old at the daycare I worked at. But I think it would help if you investigate exactly what happens. If you want to just in case, you can speak to her pediatrician. It can't hurt to hear their opinion.
   
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Re: I thought potty training was half way over? - September 19th 2016, 01:38 AM

I have spoken to her doctor already. Turns out, Ava is stressed out about some changes going on in our home life. Nothing negative, just a lot for a three year old to process and take in. We are dealing with it accordingly. Thanks for the advice. I no longer need this thread.


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Re: I thought potty training was half way over? - September 20th 2016, 03:45 AM

Since you have resolved the issue I am going to go ahead and close the thread. Feel free to make a new thread if you need.


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