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How many parents deal with underwear accidents after potty training?

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3 years ago

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3 years ago
Yes my friend is potty training and he is in underwear and he tells her last minute he has to go and has accidents. BUT it could be stress on him or not concintrating enough on telling you or actully going 
3 years ago
Yes my friend is potty training and he is in underwear and he tells her last minute he has to go and has accidents. BUT it could be stress on him or not concintrating enough on telling you or actully going 
3 years ago
Depends on the age of the child and how much help from the parent the child is getting. I know a five year old that still wets himself.
3 years ago
almost every child will go through this. how old is yours? take him/her to the potty more often, and limit his/her liquids. it's only a phase, it will pass.
3 years ago
Our daughter does this too. Usually its only poop when she has accidents but it can be frustrating. She has been potty trained about 6 months now.
3 years ago
Kids will be kids and some just dont stop playing or whatever there doing to go to the restroom. In their mind thats the last thing they want to do. But try rewarding her with small things when she/he goes a whole day with out an accident.
3 years ago
Practically every kid makes a mistake in his or her underwear. Don't worry about it, it's totally normal. Tell him/her that everyone makes mistakes but to try not to do it again.

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