This means checking every hour for wetness. I've always been a stay at home mom. Andrea Olson on November 1, at 8: I suggest you stop the "punishment" stuff - throwing things away, taking away priviledges, etc. I have a three almost four year old who is doing the same thing, it's normal for this age as you can see from all the other people in same boat. I was wondering if you have found any solutions to this problem yet?
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5 years old & PEEING ON THE FLOOR!?
Verrrry smart kid so he knows to use the bathroom and thats not good boy behavior to pee on the floor. And even took his tv away. He still had to go to bed with no movie or 'goodnight snack', but he wasn't crying and seems optimistic that he'll never do it again. Many public health officials have long wondered how toilet paper ended up as the clean standard for post-potty clean up. My problem is a bit different.
All of this started just after her father was deported. Ask every hour if the potty is needed. This house seems to freak him out it is older, and my brother was recently saying he hears 'weird noises' from the bathroom or upstairs which is why i'm thinking he's started doing this. I'm not sure what else to do! Some kids get nervous with the flush.
It turns out he was sleepwalking and thought he was in the bathroom. I was unable to resolve this problem. I would recommend taking him to see a psychologist. I just started ECing this week with my 6 month old daughter. He has been peeing on the floor for the past 2 months. So he was immediately sent to his room, without his 'goodnight snack' or movie time before bed.