resetting should help. i do the same thing with potty training. i would get my little girl up abpout every 3-4 hrs and make her go and she became potty trained at night very quickly. im thinking taking this approach could possibly do the same for your little man. if it is regular timing when it happens. try waking him up, have a small drink maybe, or simply read a book he may like. and after a week or two of this start moving back the time by a half hour, until your pass his "episode time" and keep going til its monring. and see what happens. the best of luck to you mom.View Thread
stayed at home with my boy for the first full year, so ofcourse he was closly bonded with me. he had no need for daddy. but when i went back to work, that had to change. i took maybe 2 weeks of just my husband strictly giving our son his "needs". dad took him out for "special father/son trips". and our boy has turned around. and still he and daddy take thier special outtings to keep that going. and yet mine and my sons relationship has never changed.View Thread
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