My daughter was finally potty trained at 3 years and 3 months old. (She's 4 1/2 now) After a little while of wearing pullups at night to make sure she was night potty trained, she was continuing to wake up dry in the mornings. So, we quit putting her in the pullups. She did great for a really long time, then she got in the habit of sleeping on the floor in front of her bedroom door, so that she could see under it to see us. Well, she had quite a few accidents while sleeping on the floor and it was starting to make the carpet smell. (She had an occassional bed wetting before while sleeping in her bed, but it really wasn't a big deal. We just thought maybe she was extra tired or something and it didn't really happen that often) So, I decided to start buying her the pull ups, just for protection and to keep it off of the floor, since we couldn't convince her to sleep on her plastic covered mattress. Well, it seemed like as soon as she started wearing those pullups, it was an okay for her to not have to get up at night if she had to go potty. She started peeing in them every night, and not only that, in the mornings, she wouldn't take them off when she woke up, she would just continue to pee in them while she played or watched her morning cartoons. I would have to remind her to go take it off, when I remembered that she had it on. (she's very good at changing her clothes if she has an accident in her regular panties) Anyway, I was just wondering if I made this into something that it didn't have to be? Did I make a mistake when I started buying the pull ups and putting them on her? I'm afraid now, that she is going to continue wetting her bed into her adolescent years. My husband wet the bed until he was around 12. Anyone have any ideas, please let me know. Thank you
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