My 5 almost 6 year old son keeps peeing on the floor
My son is 5 gonna turn six in oct. He has been peeing on the floor for about 9 months now we took him to the doctor and he had a phisical and the doc said everything was fine. When he pees there is no particular place. I have found it in the bathroom trash can hallway floor next to the doors in every room. It's so bad I can barely get the smell out of the upstairs. His punishment has been grounding, cleaning the entire floor upstairs. ( this has happened several times). He has no toys in his room now and he still continues to do it. He does it at all times. He has a older sister and a younger brother both of them are potty trained and other than his little brother having the occasional mishap at night they don't have any issues. Please help!!
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