"As children grow older, parents must give them greater freedom, including greater freedom to make mistakes. "

Back to the Basics of N75

Question

My 2.5 year old (32 months) has been potty trained for several months but recently has decided he won't go independently. He has access to both a small potty and the regular potty with a step-stool and is capable of using either independently. If I'm in the middle of something, he'll start crying and doing the pee pee dance before wetting himself. We have an 8 month old baby, so I think he may be trying to get some attention and am trying to provide 1:1 time and attention in other ways. Any suggestions on helping him be independent again?

Subscribe To View The Answer

Please register and purchase a subscription in order to view the answer. Existing members please log in.

Continue

Return to Previous Page

View All Questions

Related Ages

Related Topics