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Regina Phalange 1 child; 2 angel babies; Poop, Az, United States 468 posts
Jul 15th '13

I don't really have any advice as to why she may be doing it but, IM SORRY. That sounds exhausting :/ Maybe you could try putting a potty training potty in her room ? Let her know that big girls go in the big girl toilet and babies have to use the little potty ? I dunno if that's like embarrassment and horrible for her psyche or something haha but, something along those lines might be worth a shot ?? Good luck momma, hope you can get it under control !

. , Richmond, VA, United States 75118 posts
Jul 15th '13

I'd get her checked out for a uti.

LA REINA™ New York, NY, United States 16690 posts
Jul 15th '13
Quoting Regina Phalange:" I don't really have any advice as to why she may be doing it but, IM SORRY. That sounds exhausting :/ ... [snip!] ... something haha but, something along those lines might be worth a shot ?? Good luck momma, hope you can get it under control !"

I think the potty is a good suggestion. I would try doing that so that way if she is peeing in her room, hopefully she does it in a place that can be easily cleaned. OP I hope you get the situation resolved :(

MunchkinWrangler 4 kids; Rīga, Latvia 47032 posts
Jul 15th '13

Take her to the doctor. If it isn't anything medical, having her doctor talk to her and kind of scare her about it may work. My kids were being too experimental with each other's bodies and were not listening to me so I took them to their pediatrician who gave them an earful and we haven't had one issue since! Haha!



I have no idea why she would be doing that, though.
I see people suggesting a UTI, but I'd think she would be expressing to you, esp at her age, any discomfort. Maybe jealousy? Try having her help with the newb more? Give her little
jobs and responsibilities to make her feel like she's doing something super cool and important?

LA REINA™ New York, NY, United States 16690 posts
Jul 15th '13
Quoting ⚓ Sarah ⚓:" Take her to a doctor. Could be a UTI, uneasiness about the new baby, attention. The fact that you "spanked her like you never have before" is quite frankly upsetting to me."

:!:
It's so bad to spank out of frustration and anger.

user banned 3 kids; Texas 26201 posts
Jul 15th '13
Quoting ☮ Phuket:" <blockquote><b>Quoting SherryandMatt:</b>" What is her answer to you as to why?? Other ... [snip!] ... at me. She has been seen for UTI and she is fine, she doesn't have one. I know she is doing it on purpose. She knows better."


Ok. Stop getting mad at her. She is seeking attention whether it be negative or positive. You need to set aside time for just you and her. Make sure she is included in the new baby and that she is the big sister now and has to be a role model. Make her life into more positives.

. , Richmond, VA, United States 75118 posts
Jul 15th '13
Quoting ☮ Phuket:" <blockquote><b>Quoting SherryandMatt:</b>" What is her answer to you as to why?? Other ... [snip!] ... at me. She has been seen for UTI and she is fine, she doesn't have one. I know she is doing it on purpose. She knows better."

Some kids go through regression, it's especially normal if a baby is on the way. She hasn't been pt'd too long either, so maybe she's hitting that phase where playing and doing other things are more important and she tries to hold it too long.

user banned 4 kids; Mueang Phuket, Thailand 30487 posts
Jul 15th '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting ⚓ Sarah ⚓:</b>" Take her to a doctor. Could be a UTI, uneasiness about the new baby, attention. The fact that you "spanked her like you never have before" is quite frankly upsetting to me."</blockquote>




I need her to get it through her head. It's every f**king day. What would you do??
I tell her every. f**king. Day... All the time to pee in the toilet.



I'm going crazy repeating the same thing. I've told her therapist About it at school. She sees them 3 times a week still in the summer too.



I'm so frustrated. So frustrated.

user banned 2 kids; Vientiane, Lao People's Democratic Republic 17415 posts
Jul 15th '13

The upheaval of a new baby. Normal 5 year old fears. A uti.



She didnt deserve spanking at all.



Is she non verbal?



I'd put a potty in her room too

The Pretender Due May 5; 2 kids; Brazil 1232 posts
Jul 15th '13

Make her wear a diaper or pull up.

LA REINA™ New York, NY, United States 16690 posts
Jul 15th '13
Quoting ☮ Phuket:" <blockquote><b>Quoting ⚓ Sarah ⚓:</b>" Take her to a doctor. Could be ... [snip!] ... her therapist About it at school. She sees them 3 times a week still in the summer too. I'm so frustrated. So frustrated."


I totally get that you're frustrated but spanking her probably isn't going to resolve whatever issue is making her pee on the floor. When I am frustrated, I just go into the bathroom because when people are frustrated and angry and they use physical force against their child, it can easily turn into abuse. I think the potty is a great idea but maybe try taking her to the pedi...maybe it isn't an issue the therapist can help with and it is a physical thing. IDK. I just wouldn't want you to accidentally hurt her.

user banned 2 kids; Vientiane, Lao People's Democratic Republic 17415 posts
Jul 15th '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting BOB MARLEY

. , Richmond, VA, United States 75118 posts
Jul 15th '13
Quoting BOB MARLEY
Christine_Elizabeth 5 kids; 1 angel baby; St. Petersburg, FL, United States 7410 posts
Jul 15th '13

This is under special needs right and you said she's seeing a therapist, so I'm assuming your DD is special needs right?



If that's the case I certainly agree with the other ladies and would absolutely NOT be spanking her for this, especially out of anger...



I'm sure it's just an adjustment to the new baby. You have four kids hun. That's a lot for children to take in. Your attention is divided a lot of ways and especially for a child who needs special attention, that's hard to understand.

user banned 4 kids; Mueang Phuket, Thailand 30487 posts
Jul 15th '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting BOB MARLEY