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Discussion in 'Kindergarten' started by lynz1422, Oct 23, 2008.

  1. lynz1422

    lynz1422 Rookie

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    Oct 23, 2008

    I have a child that is having "messy" accidents in kindergarten. She usually has them once a week, sometimes even twice in one day. Her family doesn't seem to show concern, only telling me it's because she eats a lot of fruits and vegetables. She also talks with another child about her private parts. I've tried finding articles that link bowel movement accidents as a link to abuse. It seems to me it's something we discussed in college classes but I'm not positive. Can someone help me out with what to do!? Thank you!!! :)
     
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  3. purplecrazy21

    purplecrazy21 Comrade

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    It sounds like it could be an abuse situation to me. I would give a head's up to an administrator and see how to proceed.
     
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    guidance counselor?
     
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    I have a boy who has also begun having "accidents" and not pee.
    Our room just reeks when this happens, so after the 3rd time (to me, it is no longer an accident) I spoke to Mom face to face. She said he is just "lazy". I told her that if he could not remember to use the bathroom, which is IN our classroom, he would have to begin wearing pull-ups to school and he has not had an accident since.
     

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