Hey there to everyone
I have a question that has become quite a puzzle within the last 6 months or so : the thing is, I actually potty-trained my son...Hey there to everyone
I have a question that has become quite a puzzle within the last 6 months or so : the thing is, I actually potty-trained my son already in the summer of 2015 (he was 5 then). YET, somehow he started to have 'accidents' in autumn 2016 - but as there were only time to time I didn't take it too seriously. Since late December, however, he constantly pees in his trousers and now that it's freezing outside we can only go outside approximately once or twice a week - that is a huge change as we are used to have walks together and go to the park on the swings. Unfortunately I can't afford buying extra winter-trousers and I have been delaying offering him nappies again.
What should I do? Should I just keep on waiting for him to 'get back on track'? OR should I just go and buy a package of nappies?
Does anyone have a similar experience? I feel really sad as he was doing so well and we really really enjoyed spending time together outdoors - we both love the nature and exploring, so it's affecting us both.
Thank you so so much for your advice & Good luck
Laura Show more