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Taking the diapers away is a great suggestion so I would start with that, but I want to offer a next step and slightly more extreme option if she still messes her underwear and it doesn't seem to bother her (like with our stubborn son..) Granted our son was just shy of 4 years old and not 6, but we ended up finally taking his pants and underwear off and not ...


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This is something I and a lot of parents I know have done. Religiously every night at 10pm we would wake our young children and take them to the toilet, and then a dry night would follow. The nights we did not wake ours, he would usually wet the bed. We did start waking him later and later and then not at all. For us this lasted around 2 years until he was ...


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Here is what we did. We figured that our son couldn't make the connection between his need to poop and the potty, yet. So we put him on the potty several times a day. Eventually he would poop by coincidence in the potty. Then we made a big deal out of it. Praising him, celebrating and high-fiving. That got the message across pretty quick. There were ...


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Jelly beans. 1 for a pee. 2 for a poop. Sounds like you might need to add an additional 1 for every time either happens "in the potty." I recommend Jelly Bellies because they are small, so have less sugar, and are very colorful so you can do a few activities with them, too. Is it sugar? Yes. Does the overall benefit of autonomy for the LO and less ...


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