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Posted 09 January 2020 - 03:08 PM
Our now 6yo was day toilet trained at 2.5 and it was so easy.
At 6yo we were beginning to wonder if he was ever going to get out of night nappies and even got a prescription for Miririn melt (?) to see if that woudl help.
We tried a week of that and it didn't. Then one night (overseas on Christmas holidays) he just said, I don't need a nappy any more.
We take him for a wee when we go to bed (not always easy - deep sleeper) and only one accident in three weeks. Long may it continue!
Posted 09 January 2020 - 03:26 PM
You lucky lucky people. We are into week 2 of bedwetting alarm with our 8yo DD. She's reduced from 2 wees to 1 overnight but it's still pretty tough going. Hopefully DD catches up to your son soon
Posted 09 January 2020 - 03:30 PM
Great news BA! My nearly 7yo has just done the same thing less than a week ago 👍. No accidents during the night, one little accident in the bathroom when he didn't quite make it to the loo in the morning - all up a roaring success so far!
Not escaping Xmas - fingers crossed for you 🤞. It's a good sign that she is making progress with the alarm!
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