My daughter potty trained early at 16.5 months with little effort on my part really. I just took her to the bathroom every hour then every hour and a half, eventually it was every 2 hours. This was going great she even stopped needing diapers at night because she would wake me up to take her potty. So life is good right?
Fast forward to this February she is 19 months at this point. We move in with my family because my husband is deploying for a year. We thought this would be good for me and her since I would have family to help me and we could save a ton of money. Well within a few days of us being here she starts peeing the bed at night and waking up more frequently. Okay no problem we start taking her to the bathroom more at night. Daddy leaves. That is when the accidents during the day start happening A LOT. Okay so I started taking her more frequently to the bathroom reward board for everytime she goes on the toilet. She has mostly good days with few bad days mixed in each week. Now its the end of April, and she is still having tons of accidents. BUT she will go part of the day going to the bathroom regularly and then other parts of the day she will pee 4 times in thirty minutes. She will pee on the floor then say Momma, Pee! So some days its the morning when she will go to the potty every hour and a half. Some days its morning and evening. But most days there will be a time during the day when she will pee in her underwear multiple times in a short amount of time. She also pees on herself on purpose when I make her mad. For instance she wants to get out of bed and I put her back in her bed, she pees herself to get out. I finally figured that one out. If she pees herself on purpose to get out of bed I change her underwear in her bed and lay her back down. Another example I told her no on something today and she stood there looked right at me and peed herself.
So she has what I would consider accidents, but she also forces herself to pee as her form of fit throwing. My daughter doesn't do tantrums she just forces herself to pee. And I do mean forces. She will get all stiff and red faced to make herself go sometimes. And this could be minutes after she peed on the potty or on the floor.
HELP ME! She is 22 months old at this point. Regression has been going on for two months. I need help.
Answer by Rosehawk at 2:04 PM on Apr. 27, 2011
Answer by mum2flowers at 11:06 PM on Apr. 27, 2011