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#1 Monica

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Posted 19 April 2012 - 01:31 PM

It will be 2 weeks tomorrow since we started. I am over the poo issue, I've relaxed a fair bit and don't care where she goes.

At my Mum's place and daycare she has NO wee accidents whatsoever, our place is a different story. She has weed in my wardrobe all over my shoes, on her lounge, on her bed, you name it, shes marked the spot. Any ideas as to why? We are VERY vigilant with asking but if we tell her she is going, she throws a tantrum. We have a potty and a seat on the toilet with a step that she can negotiate but refuses to. It's hard to believe they are accidents when she has been reminded that she needs to go a few minutes before.

I feel like we are living with a cat.
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Posted 19 April 2012 - 04:16 PM

we had liam trained for wees, number 2s was another battle but then went backwards and constantly having accidents so i stopped training completely put him in a nappy for around 2weeks with the odd undies on - when i was ready to tackle again we started days only and now hes virtually dry inlcuding during his day sleep.
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Posted 19 April 2012 - 04:41 PM

Is it maybe because she is very engrossed in what she is doing?
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Posted 20 April 2012 - 08:11 AM

I don't think so R - to wee in our cupboard she had to leave the loungeroom, it's not like she was playing in there with my shoes and got distracted!

She was at Grandma's yesterday and had no accidents. This week will be interesting as we are going away, I wonder if she will mark that territory.

I can't imagine this is happening because she is not ready.


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Posted 20 April 2012 - 05:21 PM

Have you tried a reward chart?

We didnt end up using one with Liam, but he would refuse to go to the toilet if I asked him and would then do a wee in his pants a minute later. In the end I started making a game out of it. The main one being a race to the toilet. I would mention that I needed to go and he would say he wanted to go to and yell out 'Race you'. Of course I would always let him win.

Lucky for us everytime he did a wee it was on our hard floor so easy to clean up, cant imagine how I would of gone if he was doing it on things!!

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Posted 21 April 2012 - 01:35 PM

Obvious question, but are you doing anything differently at home than daycare/your mums? If she is leaving to do it in the cupboard that to me reeks of a power issue/embarrassment. I guess its a fine line between the two and whichever it is would dictate how I dealt with it.

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Posted 22 April 2012 - 04:51 PM

I don't think so heather. Mum reads to her at her house as do we. She is a very compliant child at daycare and I know she never protests when they take her whereas at home she has to be coaxed.

The only time I have roused on her for accidents was the cupboard incident, I know I shouldn't have but I was so frustrated.

We are away this week and doing a combo of pull ups and undies. I know its confusing for her but poor little mite is sick (pretty sure it's slapped cheek) and she is napping and just really out of sorts. Plus it's all carpeted so I'm worried about that aspect.
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Posted 22 April 2012 - 06:39 PM

QUOTE(Heather :) @ Apr 21 2012, 01:35 PM) View Post

Obvious question, but are you doing anything differently at home than daycare/your mums? If she is leaving to do it in the cupboard that to me reeks of a power issue/embarrassment.


I was going to ask the same thing. E is having a few "accidents" around the house now, which im putting down to us bringing home a new baby. Anything changed in her routine?
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