My 4 year old has been acting up in school (head start) and acting up at home too. This morning he tried to sneek in bed with me I told him No and pushed him off the bed...... When we were up finally down stairs he was sitting on the floor and said i have to pee... and just pissed in his clothing on the floor didn't even try to get up to use the bathroom.... I was about to kill him pissing on my rug, he knows better! he has been using the toilet for over 2 years WTF?
I spoke with the bus driver and she said that his teacher at school said she has been having allot of problems with him, but nothing has been stated to me about it.
I wonder if my sister and nephew came to stay with us for the past 3 months and they are finally moving out has anything to do with it? he dosen't like my sister at all. I don't know what to do???
Answer by Ihatelaundry at 2:27 AM on Jan. 25, 2011
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Answer by DawnLauren at 7:00 PM on Jan. 21, 2011
Sudden behaviour problem and peeing in the pants can be caused by stress, abuse (physical or psychical). It can be from your sister moving out. When there are major change around a child he can act out of his behaviour. I would talk to the teacher and my son what is going on. But weeing in the pants means really bad. He doesn't feel safe (that's why he went into your room). You pushed him away, he went down and peed in his pants (worrying about something). Maybe he is worried that if your sister moves out you will move out as well. Or maybe your sister did something to him, or there is someone in the school doing something with your child. But there is something serious up. If he won't tell it to you I would recommend a counsellor.
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Answer by grismelda at 12:33 PM on Jan. 21, 2011
The added people in your home could indeed be the problem. Talk to the teacher and come up with a plan to help him. Have a quiet, loving, talk with him and ask what is bothering him (although he may not be able to tell you exactly). It might just be that he feels left out with so much going on. Make sure you spend one on one time with him often. GL!!
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