my son will be 5 in November. he was a late potty trainer but hes been fully potty trained for like a year! he went to head start maybe had a few pee accidents but no poops. at home the same thing he has a few pee accidents because he doesn't want to stop playing or drawing or whatever hes doing. lately for the past 2 months he keeps having poop accidents. he does go on his own sometimes and he has man sized poops that are normal texture and color. when he has the accidents he doesn't make inclination that hes uncomfortable and doesn't have a problem coming by me. it isn't until i asked "did u poop?" that he runs away. What is going on? there are no big changes that i can think of to where he should be acting out.
No, dont worry, you dont have scruid up...there are kids that take longer..that happened to my oldest son..and he learnedlater!! what i would suggest is to try to make games, read lots of stories, ,,,i dowloaded a great app called potty training learning with the animals....my son loved it and help him a lot!
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