Re: Speaking of Preschool
<npardue@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
I think this is a tiny bit of an exagerration. Even in classrooms
where all the kids are 'potty trained', there are still accidents.
(And, indeed, there are accidents during the potty training process.)
And a) IME, the clothes absorb most of it, so it isn't like the floor
is awash with urine every time a child has an accident and b) the
teachers are trained to deal with it. They clean up the mess, help the
child clean up, and move on.
I know there are accidents. Heck, DS has had his share, but I can guarantee
the number of "accidents" for an untrained child can be much greater.
And if the child has diarrhea, he's sick, and the parents would be
called to take him home. (And even the best trained young child is
likely to soil himself with a sudden attack of diarrhea, so it's kind
of an irrelevent point.)
Yeah, but some kids have diarrhea during school. The parents didn't send
them there on purpose. If they had a diaper on, the diaper would have
caught it. Without a diaper, it's everywhere. While some trained children
may have accidents because of diarrhea, it's less likely than a child who is
not trained at all. Besides, normal BMs can be quite messy, even with a
diaper. DD's is pretty disgusting. Without a diaper, it would be a sticky
mess, and I'm sure it would come out of her shorts and smear everywhere.
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