|Never let his bottle away|
Whatever i do, I try not to scold or punish my child for
wetting the bed. I don't want to make him feel bad about something he can't actually control. Nightime dryness is a tricky skill for a child to master, since it depends on his body being able to hold you know what i mean. For an extended period of time. If your child is a deep sleeper, On the process I'ts more difficult because he hasn't yet learned to wake himself up and head for the potty when his bladder feels full. every morning to see whether he's managed to stay all night long. As soon as he's woken with a dry diaper a few times,
I Tell him it's an experiment to see if it works, and give it a week or two. To help matters along, try to limit the amount of liquid he drinks in the evenings, and if he's already asleep, rouse him for one last potty trip before it turn in for the night. Yet, still it's dry in the morning. is dealing with day to day and I know eventually it will be ok. He's in underwear and that is hard for sometimesI do not think it is a bigger problem. Now he wear PULL-up diaper
I make sure a waterproof cover or sheet adequately protects the child's
mattress. Then accidents won't seem like a big deal. When he does wake up wet, get him out of bed and into dry clothes as soon as possible so the accident doesn't irritate the skin. I change his sheets and tell him to try again the next night. If after a few weeks my kid doesn't get wet in the bed am glad he learn now because of PULL-up well Tell him in a way that his body is ready to stay dry at night.
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