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- January 3, 2006 at 8:16 pm #235134
My son took a lot longer to get it than my daughter. He just was not on
the same time table.
It was not a problem as I was home with them at that age; he was
basically trained by three, but night time pullups were necessary for
longer. He slept VERY soundly, and just didn’t wake up when he needed to
He wore pullups when he stayed anywhere else at night even after he was
4, 5, and 6 and usually dry at night–as when really tired, he just
At home, my husband, who is a late night guy, would get him up when he
went to bed around midnight, and that helped him get through the mnight
dry many times. But that’s an older child. I think two is young for many
boys to be potty trained.
check family history for boys. When I was dealing with this, (and
worried, as I’d never potty trained a boy before, and, as with you, it
was easier for my daughter) it dawned on me that my brothers had been
late bedwetters, but not my sister and I…… if your brothers or your
son’s father wasn’t trained early (or only trained under duress) youmay
need to give your son some extra months to mature.
Hope this helps!
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