My 3 year old occassionally. My husband and I gathered our thoughts and thought of how we can prevent this. We aren\'t limiting amount of fluid but have decided to stop giving her anything to drink within 30 mins of bed and make certain she empties her bladder before bedtime. Sometimes, even this method will fail. This started about 6 months ago. We never had any issues with it prior to the beginning. At the time, we were on vacation, stay with some friends who have two very small children who I\'d catch poo-ing and pee-ing anywhere they saw fit! Their mother insists my child did not learn this kind of behaviour from her children. Though I can rightfully speculate, I am not 100% certain that she wasn\'t influenced. Young ones are impressionalbe and it\'s likely that my sharp child might have started doing it for fun.. but now it\'s become a part time problem. She wakes afterwards and cries, wanting the wet pull up off of her body and cleaned right away and that is what is done. I explained to her and have/will continue to reassure her everytime it happens that she is not to feel ashamed for having an \"accident\". They happen and Mommy will fix her up; that always wins a smile. Any suggestions would be helpful. Thank you!
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