What does your child do when they wet the bed?
It upsets him if he does.
It's been a very long time since this has happened, but my son would sleep through it because he's a heavy sleeper. We would find out about it in the morning when we work him up. He would then have to take a shower, and we would clean the bed, including putting the sheets in the washer right away.
My 6 year old wets the bed occasionally. He usually just takes his pjs off and moves to another bed or the couch. He doesn't usually let me know.. just leaves a nice surprise for me when I make the beds in the morning :)
It doesn't happen often, but she will first change her clothes and then let me know so I can change the sheets right away. I don't make a big deal of it b/c I know it is an accident.
my son is 6 he west the bed a lot , we mad a rule no drinks after 7 it seems to work beeter than befor, but me and my husbend have and our son have been strugaling with our son pooping in his pans we have tryed everything form potty charts to punishing him, nuthing has worked, it has gotin to the point were we have him ware pull up becuse i am sick of clening big boy poop out of his pants, help any ideas.
Our DS usually realizes he peed during the night when he wakes up and goes into the bathroom, pees, and then changes his pj's. He will tell us he peed his pants during the night and he seems sad.
We recently read about how to help him stay dry during the night. We hadn't been having him go pee, taking his time and pushing down "three grunts" to get it all out...just before lights-out, and that may have been a contributing factor. Since we have been following that suggestion, he has stayed dry until he gets up at 7am.
Our son eats dinner late, with his daddy; around 7pm and drinks lots of milk then. I'm sure drinking that late is not good for staying dry at his age, so if your child can quit liquids long before going to bed, that's going to help a lot.
Mine usually sleeps thru it, waking up wet. At which point he changes his pjs and forgets to tell me.... So I get to discover it late in the day. (He's 5-1/2 and somewhat behaviorally immature.)
My DD doesn't anymore but when she was still having accidents she would wake me up and I would put a towel down and have her change or have her come into my room. She always comes to me though.
My son never really wet the bed, but I am sure he would have woken me up to change the sheets. I honestly couldn't see him sleeping in it.
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