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September 10th, 2013, 01:09 PM
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we do treats but not working anymore...
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March 8th, 2014, 09:29 AM
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Sorry, no answer but this thread is exactly my point of interest. I am a grandmother taking care of my nearly 4 year old grandchild (girl) full time, her Mommy works. I had two daughters, both trained at 2 years old in less than a week. This grandchild wouldn't show the least bit of interest until she was 3 and a half, then it took only a couple of days. Naps and night time included. It was wonderful! About 3 weeks ago, she began having small accidents, they stopped, then started again. I was changing her clothes 6 times a day. I even had her checked for a possible UTI, but nothing wrong. She was fully trained from early Nov. to mid Feb. but she is now back in Pull Ups, and will not stop going in her pants. She is a bright, healthy, normal child, however she is _very_ willful. I am totally at a loss. Any advice would be most appreciated. (Edit - Only a pee issue... still uses the potty, but almost always wet.)

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