Month: March 2018

Night Time Dryness Night Time Dryness

What age is normal for night time dryness?

Bedwetting is considered to be normal.  It can be all part of a child’s development process up to the age of 5 years. Their bladders are still maturing up to this point.  Night time dryness is always expected to take longer than the daytime. Around half a million children and young people in the UK

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Debunking Myths Debunking Myths

Debunking the myths of bedwetting in under 5s

Many parents believe that once their child has potty trained and is reliably clean and dry in the day, it won’t be long before they will stop needing a nappy at night time. It’s an issue which can cause a lot of stress and worry for parents who may ask themselves in frustration: “Where are

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School Tips School Tips

Help! My child is having accidents since starting school!

Potty Training Accident Starting school or nursery causes change to the routines of our little ones. In addition, toilet accidents can be common as can potty training regression. Jude was recently contacted by one of her distressed friends because her perfectly potty trained daughter had started having wetting accidents after beginning in reception class.  We realised

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Fear of the Potty Fear of the Potty

Help! My child won’t sit on the toilet or potty!

You think you have spotted the signs of readiness, done your homework, bought your potty training kit, and cleared your diary, but what happens when your stubborn toddler just won’t sit on the potty or toilet? This is a very common problem in potty training – especially when you have a headstrong child is at

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Dry Like Me Dry Like Me

A good potty training routine

A good potty training routine is very important We are often asked about how to start potty training, or if it’s been going well and a child has suddenly started to regress, what to do to get their toilet training back on track. Our advice is always to take a step back and re-establish a

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