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Okay. I have to say, I was shocked. One of our children wore pull-ups for nearly four years after daytime urinal training. He reached the point where, like Pavlov's dog, he would go to the bathroom, lie in bed, lie down, and pee immediately in the pull-up for the first 10 minutes. And then he'll pee many times throughout the night. He's a super sleeper, and it's not easy to wake up, so wearing underwear directly means he's in wet bed all night, not waking up. We tried all his methods except the drugs. The doctor said it was thought to be bed wetting after the age of five, and they had drugs to help them, but when you stopped taking them, it came back. Online research shows that this is not uncommon because only about 60% of 6-year-old boys stay dry all night. But he had grown up, and he was embarrassed to let his cousins know that he was still wearing pull-ups at night. Enter the Wet-Stop alarm clock. So the plan is to stop all the liquid after dinner, go to the bathroom before going to bed, wear underwear with alarm clips, and then we have several sheets / waterproof mats on the bed so that we can easily remove the wetting layer, for example. At 3: 00 in the morning, take everyone back to bed. In the end, we decided to let him put the pull-up on his underwear. This is much easier for all involved. The first week was tough. He came into our room and the alarm clock was shaking (we turned off the audible alarm because he shared a room with his brother) and we had to. No, no.