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How many of our kiddos are still wearing pull-ups at night?
I know spencer is. He went through about a 4 month period where we didn't need pull-ups but then when he started school he wet the bed EVERY.SINGLE.NIGHT so we started with the pull-ups again, and haven't gotten away from them yet. I tried over spring break and he started doing well, but then as soon as he started back at school he was wetting the bed again. Lately I've been too stressed to deal with it, so here we are still wearing them every night.
We're off and on with the pull ups. Sometimes she goes long stretches w/out needing them, and sometimes it seems like she wets the bed every single night. Currently she's not using them. We were when we first moved into the house in May though.
Ariana stopped wearing them around christmas time she just all of a sudden went from peeing in her pull up every night to waking up dry every morning and after a couple weeks of that we stopped with the pull ups. Thats how her ped said it would happen and she was right!
Stephanie...I think that is spencer too! I THINK he is dry most mornings when he gets up but then he will sit there in his room and play and pee in the pull up! Or sometimes if he watches a movie at bedtime he will pee in it before he goes to sleep...even though IF he had undies on he would get up to go to the bathroom. I have mattress covers on his bed already, I guess I need to just make him start going without the pull ups and see how he does. I don't want to make him feel bad about it because I wet the bed until I was around 8 and it was something I couldn't control (even though my dad would FREAK everytime I wet the bed)...I don't want him to feel bad about it, but if he IS doing it on purpose, I would like him to stop...SIGH...who knew it would just keep getting harder to be a parent LOL
isnt it frustrating amy? Last night she called me bc she had to poop i went up to make sure she was okay and her pull up was wet already. she changed it and was dry this morning. Cj is waking up dry and i think that is starting to bother her.
Davey went through a phase like this quite a while ago, basically right after he was fully night time PT'd, he was dry every night then all of a sudden we were back to night time pull ups. He luckily went back to being dry at night again and we haven't had problems with it since then. *knock on wood*
Julia has been dry since 3.5 and never looked back (a babysitter forgot to put her pullup on and that was that).
I had 2 kids that were 5 and a few months before they were dry overnight, and one of them still wore pullups occasionally in the summer when she was 7 and 8, camping made her so tired she just didn't wake up.