I had three children go through toilet training two boys and one girl. The answer is so simple. There isn’t one. Every single child will train at a different age. If your lad is still wetting the bed at night & at three that is really not unusual I would get him some pullups so he doesn’t feel like a baby & tell him that he wont need them for ever but it is way better than a wet bed. You could also cut his fluids down a little but really he will stop when he is ready either in a week or a year. Does it matter? Just make sure he doesn’t think there is something wrong with him & it will all happen as nature intended. Some parents to put their child on the loo before they go to bed & I believe it does help but it also interrupts his sleep so I would leave that one for a few months. One of my boys was completely effortlessly trained by 20 months by the way, (he hated being wet or dirty) the other two were completely unconcerned and at the OPPOSITE end of the spectrum.
Don’t worry for at least another year and then you could ask your doctor about it. Pullups because WET beds are yuck for parents and children.

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Published 2nd April 2020

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