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    Bed wetting
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    iocasta posted:
    I think I cursed myself. Levi has wet the bed the last two nights. It is rather upsetting for him. He must be starting a growth spurt and sleeping more soundly. Good thing he has a waterproof matteress.
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    mrswhitecastle responded:
    Awww, poor guy. Hopefully the phase won't last long.
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    laney0705 responded:
    One of Ryders friends who is 7 as well, still has to wear a pull-up b/c he wets the bed. Their bodies are still growing and changing. Tell him it won't last forever.
    Me(43)DH(40)DS(6)DD(3)


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