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Posted by on Apr. 7, 2011 at 7:57 AM
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Okay my 5 year old step son What has wet the bed the last 6 nights he has been sleeping without a pullup for almost 2 years he has gone weeks at a time with no accidents. here lately he has peed the bed every night...he has done this alot this month he pees the Bed for 4 days then doesn't for 3 days than pees again for 6 days....its frustrating cuz we know he can not do he use to never wet the bed. He doesn't get drinks after dinner he uses the restroom Befor bed...we have tried making a reward chart of him wetting and not wetting the bed..i don't know what to do..oh his daddy my DH works on a drilling rig he's hone a week gone a week he has the only car so i can't just go buy pullupsand he CAN stay dry all night so i teallydont wanna waste money...cuz i have borrowed a few. From a friend and 90% of the time he don't pee when he has one on.....plz help and sugesstions would be nice...one person has said to tell him babies pee the bed and ask him if he is a baby and wants to be treated as such....and if he pees again to make him wear a pacifier and when ppl ask y he is wearing that have him explaine it...but idk about that..plz help
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aubrywith1
by Group Owner on Apr. 7, 2011 at 8:55 AM

Hi, how does he feel about it.  Is he embarrassed at all that he wets the bed?  My daughter is mad that she wakes up in a wet bed but not embarrassed in the least that she wets it if that makes sense.  She is 8 and will be 9 in Oct.  I know my daughter can also stay dry, she just isnt motivated to do so and that frustrates me.

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Mrs.Taylor1013
by New Member on Apr. 7, 2011 at 10:49 AM
Sometimes he thinks its funny
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aubrywith1
by Group Owner on Apr. 7, 2011 at 11:23 AM

I added you as a frirend taylor, I hope you dont mind.  I also sent you a message.

Aubry mom to Ivory

AmandaMom80
by New Member on May. 13, 2016 at 4:27 PM
That's a hard situation, though given his young age I'd say bedwetting isn't that surprising and definitely not uncommon. My youngest only just stopped wetting at night, ironically my OLDEST just started, which is even more frustrating cause he's 10!

Quoting Mrs.Taylor1013: Okay my 5 year old step son What has wet the bed the last 6 nights he has been sleeping without a pullup for almost 2 years he has gone weeks at a time with no accidents. here lately he has peed the bed every night...he has done this alot this month he pees the Bed for 4 days then doesn't for 3 days than pees again for 6 days....its frustrating cuz we know he can not do he use to never wet the bed. He doesn't get drinks after dinner he uses the restroom Befor bed...we have tried making a reward chart of him wetting and not wetting the bed..i don't know what to do..oh his daddy my DH works on a drilling rig he's hone a week gone a week he has the only car so i can't just go buy pullupsand he CAN stay dry all night so i teallydont wanna waste money...cuz i have borrowed a few. From a friend and 90% of the time he don't pee when he has one on.....plz help and sugesstions would be nice...one person has said to tell him babies pee the bed and ask him if he is a baby and wants to be treated as such....and if he pees again to make him wear a pacifier and when ppl ask y he is wearing that have him explaine it...but idk about that..plz help
AmandaMom80
by New Member on May. 13, 2016 at 4:31 PM
That's how my youngest was when he wet the bed, he'd be mad and not really embarrassed, he'd only get embarrassed when my oldest teased him. Ironically that same oldest child just started bedwetting and acts the opposite of how his brother and your child acts

Quoting aubrywith1:

Hi, how does he feel about it.  Is he embarrassed at all that he wets the bed?  My daughter is mad that she wakes up in a wet bed but not embarrassed in the least that she wets it if that makes sense.  She is 8 and will be 9 in Oct.  I know my daughter can also stay dry, she just isnt motivated to do so and that frustrates me.


Aubry mom to Ivory

AmandaMom80
by New Member on May. 13, 2016 at 4:33 PM
I hope you don't mind I added you on here

Quoting aubrywith1:

I added you as a frirend taylor, I hope you dont mind.  I also sent you a message.


Aubry mom to Ivory

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