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Old Jul 8th, 2013, 09:24 AM   1
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nap time accidents..


Many of you will now be aware that I'm potty training my daughter. Well she's doing fab, apart from not wanting to poo on the potty or toilet (very odd because she has done previously) & she is weeing herself during a nap...

Is this common?

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Old Jul 8th, 2013, 10:26 AM   2
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I think it can be quiet common for wake time control to come before sleep time.

Options/ how I'd deal with it, potty before nap, or if that fails switch to a pull up for sleep then back to pants. No ideal but its early days for her.



 
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Old Jul 8th, 2013, 10:28 AM   3
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Her nap times vary so it's not always viable to put a pull up on her beforehand. I think I just need to clean her up each time and just wait for her to be dry naturally whilst asleep.

Thanks for replying love.

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Old Jul 8th, 2013, 11:57 AM   4
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I always put a nappy/pull up on when they went for a nap

Night time (nap as well) dryness is something they have to do in their own time, it's a subconscious thing so we can't teach it

I know you are saying her nap times vary, but unless she is just left to fall asleep wherever she is then surely it would just take a second to throw on a pull up. Lana never had any set times but as soon as I recognised she was tired I put her for a nap, so at that time I could have put a pull up on (if the little bugger hadn't stopped naps long before potty training) haha



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She sleeps in pushchair and the car and just on the sofa x



 
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Old Jul 8th, 2013, 16:56 PM   6
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Sounds odd, but saved my furniture, pop a puppy training pad under a towel and lay them on that. I Also used them in the car to save the car seat. It's just the most economical way to provide a water proof barrier I found.



 
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