My boyfriends daughter in kindergarten and she pees herself sometimes how can we stop her from that? She said she didn’t want to go to the bathroom.
Daniel Tiger has a good potty training episode that might(?) help. Season 2 Episode 1. They address the fact that you may not want to stop playing, but you have to pause and go to the bathroom.
Okay I’ll check it out thank u very much
Have you tried night lights? Or leaving the bathroom light on? Sometimes it’s just the whole darkness issue. Another thing is try to have her sit on the toilet before bedtime for like 10 minutes. And the episode of Daniel tiger mentioned above is really good.
Me and her always put the hallway light on it’s not at night it’s at school or when she gets home and play with her friends or cousins she so busy playing with them she’ll hold her pee at the last night or even watching tv she sit there and I tell her to use it and she said she don’t have to go so idk what to do
Oh okay. When my daughter was having that issue I would make her sit on the toilet every hour for 10 minutes even if she said she didn’t have to. Pretty soon she got tired of having to sit there so she started making sure she went as soon as she felt the urge. That’s what work for her.
Okay I tell to do it and she starts wining and she don’t have to so want to say at least try I think she just go in and come out and said she don’t so what can I do with that
There's another Daniel Tiger song about going potty before going out.
For my 5 yo, I still reward him for good behaviors (marbles in a jar), so sometimes it's for stopping an activity and going potty. He also is more likely to go if I say I need to. And then I also tell him I can pee more than him and he hates to lose and counts really fast. When I'm desperate, I offer him a minute on my phone for every second of pee. His accidents have decreased but he definitely waits until the last possible moment before using potty.
At school, ask the teacher for an extra opportunity to go before or after lunch.
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