so my daughter just turned 3 yesterday, we've been doing VERY well with potty training over the past few months. She still wears diapers at night but that's all.
the past week or so, she's had this illusion she's going to fall down the drain and will not wear underwear. it's driving me INSANE! especially because i have no clue where she got this from.
Today, i got her going pee on the potty again, only if i'm with her. just a few minutes ago she had to go, so i said ok go hop up on the potty and go peepee, and she had the biggest hissy fit cuz i wouldn't go with her, I was cooking dinner. she was running all over the living room and screaming and yelling, and i'm begging her to just go sit on the potty and she purposely peed all over the floor.
I don't know what to do and i'm about to lose my mind even more than i have already =(View Thread
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