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No drinks an hour before bed (or very little sips only), mandatory potty before bed, and keep the faith (calmly!). I skipped the potty and bought a child toilet seat - works wonders for kids who feel more grown up. Lots of praise when he gets it right. And remember, boys are slower than girls - it took my boy until 3 to really get it right, just don't give ...


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I've heard that adults can learn Kegels and this article mentions them for kids. Perhaps read up if you want other ideas. http://www.essentialkids.com.au/younger-kids/kids-development/a-guide-to-bedwetting--why-it-happens-and-how-to-deal-with-it-20110901-1jnga.html


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In addition to the physiological maturity as Danny suggests, it's possible that something's changed in his body: anything from an illness causing him to retain water slightly differently to a growth spurt. He might even just be a bit thirstier close to bedtime than usual. It's also possible that he's a bit stressed out from something, or wants more ...


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While this may seem stressful and worrying to you, your son will grow out of it. Waking him to go potty is a good idea, but you can't determine when/how often he'll need to. Some children are just heavy sleepers and don't wake from the urge to go to the bathroom. My daughter had the same issue (my son did not). We looked into bed wetting alarm systems etc., ...


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First: In times of frustration about your child, always remember the parental mantra: It's just a phase. It will pass. (And be replaced by the next "phase"...) :) Don't despair, don't become impatient. You still have more than 80% of the time necessary for raising this child ahead of you. In a few years you will look back at the current phase and ...


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I think every child is different and every home is different. Having a method to follow as a guide is good, but ultimately you need to adjust the method based on your child and your own busy life style. When I potty trained my daughter (who is now 3 and has been potty trained since ~2.5) I too read these "methods" online that promise you can train your kid ...



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