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Old 06-08-2012, 10:10 PM - Thread Starter
 
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So my DD 3 yrs is recently potty-trained (day time). So far she is doing beautifully (touch wood). We still wear her diaper in the night.

 

Anyway..since the last week ..she has gotten up with a clean diaper and goes to pee as soon as she wakes up. The pee is concentrated and is a goodish amount (understandably).

 

Now the silly Q - Earlier she used to pee definitely 1 but maybe 2-3 times in the night (her diapers used to be way full in the morning). Now she is holding it all in. That should be fine right? How it should happen? I mean - she isn't too little and her bladder isn't too delicate to be holding so much pee for so long?

 

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Old 06-09-2012, 06:10 PM
 
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I think that's fine. If you're worried about the concentrated urine, you could always have her drink a little extra in the morning to kind of 'flush' things out. But it sounds like a sign of great bladder control!!!
 


 
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Yep, that's fine!  Some kids just have really good bladder control.  My middle son night time trained at 15 months!


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