Forum: Children with Developmental Delays and Disorders
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Ugh. Danny may never potty train at the rate he's doing, LOL. He's 4 years and 2 months. He loves the routine of going potty, but doesn't actually GO. Eric was potty trained "late" at 3.5 (started at 3, but it was like pulling teeth for the first 6 months).
Alex was finally potty trained at 4.5 years old, fully trained at night too by the time he was 5. Katie potty trained by 2.5 but still is not night trained. I am currently working with Aiden who is 3 but not sure if its ever going to happen.
Autumn is the odd one. I think diapers were a sensory issue for her. On the day of her second birthday she told me NO MORE DIAPERS, and that was that. She still had night time issues until she was almost four.
Kian was potty trained by 2.5...when my younger son arrived, he regressed and he basically had lots of problems until he was almost 4. Night time pottying wasn't until he was 4.5. He'll be 5 in a few weeks and for the most part he is potty trained but he will only tell us if he has to go. At school they have to remind him to go because he won't let them know and he ends up having accidents.
I can't wait for the day he'll go w/o reminders. I do find we still have night time accidents right before he gets sick but he is pull-up free. Such a relief...there is nothing worse than cleaning up a 4 yr olds poopie undies.
Autumn is the odd one. I think diapers were a sensory issue for her. On the day of her second birthday she told me NO MORE DIAPERS, and that was that..
That's how my daughter was.. She HATES being wet, even me putting water in her hair gets under her skin.. She only had one accident while potty training and that was it.. Never an accident at night.. It was so easy, it was crazy..
As of 1 week ago (at 3 years and 9 months almost exactly), Tristan is diaper-free except during sleeptimes. Poop was a long struggle but he is finally going regularly in the toilet! He's been pee trained for about 11 months. He still needs reminders and help, though.
My eldest Aspie son day time potty trained at about 4 and he is now almost 8 and wets the bed every night. We think (us and doctors) its a stress issue related to school. We are hoping its something he will grow out of in time. If not there is a medication they can put him on to help.
My younger Aspie son was fully trained, day and night, at 3 yrs old. He has not once wet the bed.
My DD who is 2 and a half is still in diapers. Im not sure whether to potty train her this summer or not as she is facing surgery on her hip next winter which will result in a body cast up to her chest for 3 months so will be unable to use the toilet, so im not sure if i see the point in training her till after the cast comes off.
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