By Michael Kaplan. October 31, pm Updated October 31, pm. First came the period-proof underwear. Up now is the pee-proof underwear.
You can move along too. Or you can read this and be more informed about something that very likely affects the mother of your children. Why am I writing about something as embarrassing as peeing your pants? Most of these women will never seek care or bring it up with their healthcare provider 3. This story takes place the day after I was discharged home from the hospital with my firstborn child. We were having a heck of a time getting the nursing thing down and I was still healing from a vaginal delivery.
Parents usually recognize when their child has to go to the bathroom the wiggle, the crossed legs. Christine Louise Hohlbaum, an American living in Paunzhausen, Germany, says both of her children, a boy and a girl, potty trained easily and were completely trained by 25 months. Linda Sonna, a psychologist, public speaker and the author of The Everything Potty Training Book Adams Media Corporation, , suggests other clues a parent can pick up on to help their children recognize when they have to go, such as smell. These things help children establish connections. Children need to be mature enough to understand what their bodies are trying to tell them.