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    my son plays with his poo and wont go pee !
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    msbowers posted:
    my son is 3years old and plays with his poo.and pees on him self all the time i cant take it anymore he knows hes to go to the restroom to take care of that but he wont he knows where it is and still wont go i dont understand i ask him why he didnt go to the restroom and he just looks at me like im not talking hes always on mute if all eyes arent on him im going crazy because he knows how to talk and go to the RR and he wont go and the playing with the poo has to stop i cant do it
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    lrtimes21 responded:
    This may or may not help you.. but I would put him back in a pull up... my two year old went from that to underwear and when he stopped going to the RR I put him back in a pull up and he hated it. I don't know if this helps or not...good luck!!


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