Author Archives: Renee Mercer, Pediatric Nurse Practitioner

Nighttime Potty Training: Do’s and Don’ts

Some children establish nighttime dryness at the same time they get dry in the daytime. It’s not uncommon, however, for many children to require a little time and assistance to develop the ability to stay dry all night.  Here are … Continue reading

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5 Ways to Know Your Child is Ready for a Bedwetting Alarm

1. She tells you she is ready to stop bedwetting and needs your help. Bedwetting is common and normal in children younger than 6, affecting 1 in 4 children. Supportive reminders of toileting before bed, drinking throughout the day rather … Continue reading

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Ten Great Uses for a Vibrating Reminder Watch

This NEW Rodger 8-Alarm stylish reminder watch is so cool that no one will know that its special function is to provide a discreet vibratory reminder. Not only that—but it comes with two additional bands that can change the look. … Continue reading

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