Is your child taking a long time to fall asleep at night or waking frequently? Once your child has transitioned away from a crib, delay tactics such as calling for you, needing a drink, or the ever popular request for the washroom can push bedtime back later and later. Consider the following options to help your child go to sleep AND stay asleep.
It’s a huge victory when your FINALLY child demonstrates bladder and bowel control during the day once your family has embarked on potty training. You’re all geared up to toss away those diapers and you’ve invested in adorable and fun underwear. Your little one is growing up so fast and – wait. Your child still wets the bed.
Imagine the time it took your child to recognize the physical signs and urges of needing to use the potty. That ability starts while they are awake and conscious. It’s going to take some extra time to teach your child to recognize that they may need to use the washroom while they are sleeping. It’s part of the potty training process but it is not impossible. Here is some advice on getting your little one to stay dry during the night: