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    Default Night time accidents

    My nephew will be 6 in December and has been fully tt since he was 3, however in the last few months he started having accidents at night time. My sister was really worried he had a urine infection or something going on but its all come fine. She has started putting him in a night time nappy but being 6 she and he are embarrassed. Is some sort of regression semi normal?

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    DD2 was 5 before we stopped night time nappies, and now she is 6 we have started putting her back in them due to a series of night time accidents. I think maybe it's a winter thing - too warm and can't be bothered getting up. We did the same thing when DD1 was 5 and had her regression. When the weather got warmer, DD1 stopped wetting the bed, so I'm hoping the same thing will happen with DD2.


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