1) "NO! I no have to pee pee!!!!"
2) "I pee peed my panties"
With the weather warming up and my child sweating more than...well, something that sweats a LOT, she's constantly chugging water (or asking for a drink). The problem is that it becomes a toy and she'll just play drinking games. The other side of the issue is that she's already borderline constipated as it is, so refusing the liquids just exasperates that issue. . Another piece of the puzzle is that at day care she is around 3-4 non-potty trained babies/toddlers. She's obsessed with the babies and has started sucking her thumb and grunting like a baby would, so I know this is just part of the imitation. I've tried explaining the different between pretending to be a baby and crossing the line of being "naughty" (ie peeing her pants on purpose), but that only sticks with her for so long. We are ready to pull our hair out right now
Basically, what I'm getting at is, any suggestions out there???