The Parenting Clubhouse Podcast Episode 179: What To Do When Your Toddler Doesn’t Fully Eliminate Her Bladder

Picture this… 

You’re done with daytime potty training, your child is fully pee and poop potty trained for daytime and nap, and now all of a sudden your child isn’t doing a good pee when she sits on the toilet. She sits, goes some, and then runs off. 

Maybe she’s rushing to the bathroom a little while later because she has to go. Maybe she suddenly has some pee pee dribbles in her underwear. 

And you're thinking, what gives? You had this whole potty training thing down months ago. 

If you ask me, “What gives?” is a great question. 

Why is your child suddenly doing this, and what can you do about it? That’s what I’ll be answering today. 

Let’s head to the show.


  • Laura Lynn reviews the potential reasons your child is not fully eliminating when she sits on the potty to go pee;
  • She shares the questions you should ask yourself to figure out why your child is not fully eliminating to help you determine what to do next; and 
  • She gives you different strategies you can begin trying at home to solve this not fully eliminating problem. 


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