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    Default Early waking and night time toilet training

    My 3yo DS is still in pull ups at night as he has only had two dry ones in the last month. He has now started waking at between 5-530am to do a wee or because he has already done a bit in the pull up. He used to sleep until 630-7. Now once he's up he refuses to go back to bed or stays in his room. I am considering getting him up in the middle of the night to wee and then putting him back to bed but am worried this will not teach him to stay dry. I'm 31 weeks pregnant and the early waking is killing me. Any thoughts would be appreciated? TIA
    Last edited by kpet; 23-10-2012 at 07:27.


 

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