I know what you mean cause my daughter did the same thing. I think thats what her problem is now since she's not wearing them at night either and she's going on 5 next month. She has been more dry here lately when she gets up but still has accidents at night. Sometimes in day to but not like it was when she had oull ups on. View Thread
I like what you said and thanks for the advice cause my daughter is 3 1/2 and she was doing good for awhile with using the toliet and now she seems to not make it on time as often as she used to. I also know that there has been alot going on in her life with moving and not being around her friend that she became good friends with at the other place. Now where we are she doesn't get a chance to play with other kids cause we are out in the country and in a different town and can't go back where wed were living cause its the rules. It's a long story. Anyways it's just her, her daddy and I and the friend that we are living with. She is the only kid with in 1/2 a mile to 1 mile.View Thread
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