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I have a 3 1/2 year old daughter. She is at daycare 5 days a week. I drop her off and my husband picks her up. During the week at daycare, she goes to the potty without accidents. When she gets home, my husband has her go to the potty before she starts to play/watch tv. I get home greet her then I am off to making dinner. She is consistently having accidents while we are home with her. Her routine has been stable, meaning no new babies, no change in daycare, no new jobs for mom and dad. I called the pedetrician and the nurse suggested that I make her change herself when she wets. This technique worked 1 day. No it's like whatever. I have tried potty sticker charts, rewards. My husband and I am ready to pull our hair out. I need techniques fast and different ones to use on her. She is one of those "strong willed" children. Any suggestions or advice is appreciated. Thanks. BTW we have been working on this for 7 months now!
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Name: Momz3 | Date: Aug 4th, 2007 1:23 AM
encourage her tell her " your a big girl now you can do it" Praise her after she has done it. when her first time going in the washroom help her and show her how to do this. Praise her along the way and comfort her by singing songs. Keep on helping her and telling her what to do until she gets use to it and no longer needs you. ask her time to time if she needs to go. 

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