She lives with her mom full time now, but she still comes on the weekends (or every other weekend). Anyways. We have 3 kids and only had a 3 bedroom house, so when she moved out the baby got her old room. Well, she's always had a little pee-pee problem at night. When she comes over I tell her, "Make sure you go to the bathroom before bed!" When it's time for me to go to sleep she's usually awake watching tv or something (she sleeps on the couch on the weekends), and I'll make her get up then and go, otherwise she will fall asleep before she does.
Well, last week our puppy pee-peed on one of the cushions of the couch so we had to strip the cushion and wash it out. We noticed that when we pulled off the cushion the ENTIRE inside of the couch smelled of pee-pee. When I woke up the morning she slept over I noticed her clothes were changed and her hair was wet, like she took a shower. It was 5:30am. I asked her if she pee-peed on the couch, she swore she didn't. Well, we found out that she had and now, we can't get the smell out of the couch!
How can we get her, or "train" her not to pee-pee in the bed? When do most kids grow out of it? My 3 year old son doesn't even pee in the bed, so there's got to be some solution!
Asked by Anonymous at 12:14 AM on Jan. 17, 2011 in Teens (13-17)
Answer by etexmom at 1:05 AM on Jan. 17, 2011
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Answer by Frogbaby83 at 12:23 AM on Jan. 17, 2011
You also should consider that she could have an infection ? in girls infections are more serious and also could damage her urinary tract in your post you said you can get the smell out of the couch kids pee does not smell as bad as adults so you should consider take her to the doctor because it could be also a physical reason for this.
Answer by gou18 at 12:27 AM on Jan. 17, 2011
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