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Miss A 12-21-2017 11:58 AM

Dry All Day?
 
Almost 2 year old DCB arrived about 8:15 this AM, and despite drinking quite a bit over the course of the day. How concerned should I be, and what more can I do?

daycarediva 12-21-2017 12:00 PM

What time is it where you are?

Is he otherwise sick? Acting fine?

I have a couple that let the floodgates open at rest time. :ouch:

If he wasn't wet after nap, I would contact a parent.

TheMisplacedMidwestMom 12-21-2017 12:02 PM

I bet they have been working on some potty training at home and he will flood at nap time. :)

There was just a thread about this recently, but I can't find it again.

Miss A 12-21-2017 12:07 PM

I am in Iowa, currently 1:06 here. DCB has already taken a 2.5 hour nap, woke up bone dry, drank a cup of water and a cup of milk at lunch, checked after and still dry. Acting just fine, is in deeo imaginative play currently. Not fussy or whiney either. I sent a text to DCM, but she hasn't responded yet.

TheMisplacedMidwestMom 12-21-2017 12:33 PM

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Originally Posted by Miss A (Post 659578)
I am in Iowa, currently 1:06 here. DCB has already taken a 2.5 hour nap, woke up bone dry, drank a cup of water and a cup of milk at lunch, checked after and still dry. Acting just fine, is in deeo imaginative play currently. Not fussy or whiney either. I sent a text to DCM, but she hasn't responded yet.

My son once went 36+ hours without eliminating. I was told at that point that it was considered a medical emergency. BUT we had been working on potty training pretty hard and I handed him a diaper and told him to go and he went.

I would definitely notify mom, may be some water play is in order (even if its just in the sink).

Ariana 12-21-2017 01:45 PM

This happens quite a bit in my house. I always thought it was strange and have mentioned it before but the parents didn't seem to care.

Miss A 12-22-2017 10:58 AM

DCB did ally peed yesterday afternoon, but both DCM and I knew something was off. He complained about his ears yesterday afternoon, but DCM said that stopped once he got home.

He came this AM and looked wiped out. DCM said he was acting fine and had. O temp at home. An hour after he arrived he had a temp of 101.4, and was taken home.

His body must have been reserving the fluids in preparation for sickness.

daycarediva 12-22-2017 11:02 AM

Oh no! poor guy!

Mike 12-24-2017 02:57 PM

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Originally Posted by Miss A (Post 659679)
DCB did ally peed yesterday afternoon, but both DCM and I knew something was off. He complained about his ears yesterday afternoon, but DCM said that stopped once he got home.

He came this AM and looked wiped out. DCM said he was acting fine and had. O temp at home. An hour after he arrived he had a temp of 101.4, and was taken home.

His body must have been reserving the fluids in preparation for sickness.

I hope it's nothing serious and doesn't interfere with tomorrow, for him or the family.

Miss A 12-27-2017 08:00 AM

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Originally Posted by Mike (Post 659771)
I hope it's nothing serious and doesn't interfere with tomorrow, for him or the family.

Stomach flu, which then passed to me and my 14 month old son on Christmas Day, as well as another DCM and 9 month old DCG. Merry Christmas to us :(

Mike 12-27-2017 09:27 AM

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Originally Posted by Miss A (Post 659871)
Stomach flu, which then passed to me and my 14 month old son on Christmas Day, as well as another DCM and 9 month old DCG. Merry Christmas to us :(

:eek: :(
Stomach flu is not good. I hope you're all feeling better soon.


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