I am babysitting a little girl who poops in a diaper. Now she doesn't always wear one. She pee pees in the toilet but when it is time for her to poop, she has to put a diaper on, poops in it and makes whomever is taking care of her, clean her up and put her regular underwear back on. I think it is a behavior issue. She isn't the sweetest, unfortunately. How do I go about getting her to go to the bathroom right? If she was my child, I have the answer of what I would do but I am just her after-school babysitter and it is a touchy situation with her mom (great woman but I think she is embarassed by it). Help!
if you are still babysitting her and still of this problem....i know that this is a concern and i think your are right but you can't do nothing about it and it's up to her parents....well you can talk to her Mom and say here is what i think but after you say what you think..then you need to say whatever you decided to do i will back you up 100%
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