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I was a bedwetter, so I have no real way to guage it by "normal" standards. Just a curiousity.

How old was your child when they could sleep through the night without wetting the bed- (no pullups)?

  • When they became potty trained. (Please comment with age.)

    27%
  • Age 3-4.

    45%
  • Age 4-5.

    13%
  • Older. (Please comment with age.)

    13%
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boomfox
Submitted by at 12:36 AM on May. 3, 2009
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How old was your child when they could sleep through the night without wetting the bed- (no pullups)?

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boomfox
Submitted by at 12:36 AM on May. 3, 2009
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  • maggiemom2...
    Submitted by   at 12:30 PM on May 4, 2009

    My younger son was 6, my older son still needs to wear "goodnights" to bed, he is almost 9.
    My DH an I were both bedwetters. I'm a strong believer in genetics! I'm pretty sure I read that if one parent we the bed, the child has about a 50% chance of being a bed wetter.

  • AngelDawn7
    Submitted by   at 3:07 PM on May 5, 2009

    Both of my girls were potty trained right after they turned 2. Neither one ever wet the bed as soon as they were in panties. Never used pull ups at all.

  • Pauline328...
    Submitted by   at 9:01 PM on May 5, 2009

    my oldest son was 9. My 5 year old son still wets the bed. My daughters stooped around 18 months. I guess my boys have small bladders

  • mom251
    Submitted by   at 8:39 PM on May 8, 2009

    my five year old still wears them throw the night. NBut we will get there

  • hill2
    Submitted by   at 1:27 PM on May 10, 2009

    well for my daughter she was just 2 1/2. Thats when I took them away but she was honestly stayed dry alot younger but my son was closer to 4 1/2. SO every kid is different:)

  • pam62
    Submitted by   at 4:24 PM on May 10, 2009

    My son was 22 months old and my girls both were 18 month old.

  • pam62
    Submitted by   at 4:26 PM on May 10, 2009

    I just worked really hard with it, my son he was trained with a 1 lb coffee can, he liked to hear it hit the bottom and he would bomb cheerios, my oldest daughter did not want to dirty her ruffle butt panites where as my youngest hated those she liked the trainer panties they were soft and cusshy on her bottom lol what ever works right.

  • DeTora_Fam...
    Submitted by   at 10:40 PM on May 12, 2009

    My son gradually stayed dry more and more as his second birthday approached.  Because he was so small and needed to gain weight, I chose not to limit any liquids, so he has about 8 oz. of milk right before he goes to sleep.  He also sleeps 12 hours, so it's pretty tough to stay dry under those circumstances.  He is still dry about 75% of the time.


    My oldest was dry from the day he was out of diapers during the day.  He was about two years old.  He did not have liquids or food two hours before bed until he was about five years old.

  • OwensMama8...
    Submitted by   at 10:20 AM on May 13, 2009

    my son is too young. But my sister never had an accident after the first time she used the potty, she was 2. My nephew is 3 and doesn't pee at night but he does during the day.

  • Morgans_mo...
    Submitted by   at 12:13 PM on May 13, 2009

    I'm still in the process of potty training my two year old. So I didn't vote.

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