Teary eyed in line buying diapers

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Registered: 11-13-2003
Teary eyed in line buying diapers
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Wed, 08-04-2010 - 11:10pm

We have been on vacation and I knew I needed to get more Goodnights for ds 8yo.

Molly

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Registered: 02-06-2009
Sun, 08-08-2010 - 12:50am
That's so interesting patience_is_a_virtue. My DD3.5 has a seizure disorder has the opposite problem. Once we weened her off, I can't tell you how her symptoms have IMPROVED. She started talking, and her sensory problems went form severe to moderate. She couldn't even talk and now she can. So interesting what meds to do each person!
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Registered: 05-05-2003
Mon, 08-09-2010 - 3:09pm
Yes!
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Registered: 09-13-2008
Thu, 08-12-2010 - 7:20pm

I spend a fortune in night time diapers for my son. He does not wake at night to pee and always poops in the diaper. He will not poop in the potty. He physically holds it until night time when he has his diaper on. I have tried to go without the diaper and he just holds it until he is impacted and then starts playing with it. At this point he uses TWO night time diapers per night because once he poops I have to put a new one on him or he gets a nasty blistering rash. It really frustrates me. I never thought my almost-6-year-old would be in diapers.

My son has autism, rolandic epilepsy (does not require meds), ADHD, and a possible diagnosis of oppositional defiant disorder. His behavior issues are HUGE and he is quite aggressive.

Sadly, I don't think anyone will be able to say when our kiddos will be out of diapers at night. I think it will just click and happen.

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