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does your baby or child poop during the night?
if they don't, did they ever? when did they stop?
my son *always* has. he's almost 4 and he still sometimes gets up and has to go.
I asked dh, and he said he doesn't really remember him ever pooping at night.
Of course, he's not pooing much during the day either.
Poor little guy.
Off topic: can you believe the name of the smilie above is "crap?" How appropriate (or ironic, in this case)!
now he is a toddler, yes.
we have not done potty training yet.
i think that he feels more comfortable at night and relaxes, as he has troubles with being constipated sometimes.
seems that he ONLY goes at night now. he will be 3 years soon, and i have to get him potty trained.
Homeschooling, Homesteading Mama to DD ('02) and DS ('04)
The other times were when he was on antibiotics, which are notorious for giving kids diarrhea. Right now, he's getting a lot of colostrum which makes his poop very very runny, but he doesn't generally poop at night. First thing in the morning, though! :LOL
T So why isn't "occasionally" an option in the poll?
Mama to DS (8) and DD (7) Aristotle was not Belgian. The central message of Buddhism is not "Every man for himself." And the London Underground is not a political movement.
Mama, homeschooler, midwife. DD (13yo), DS (11yo), DD (8yo), DD (3yo), somebody new coming in November 2013.
Ari sleeps great, from about 6pm until 3am. Then he wakes up and nurses. Nine times out of ten he points to the door, which means he wants to go downstairs. That means he wants to play standing up until he poops, then we go back to bed. Usually we are up for exactly one hour. Every once in awhile he points to his crib instead of the door, and goes right back down to sleep.
He's a year old now, this has been going on for months. He's sleep so well for about 9 hours that I don't mind the 3 - 4 thing. I do find it a little strange that it's roughly the same time every morning, and that no matter what time we get up, it's for an hour. But, it's cool.