(re: "potty training / bed wetting") Can anybody offer advise or recommend any resources (books, web sites, etc.) on night time potty training. The boy has been out of diapers for a pretty long time. He still wears "pull ups" at night. He is old enough that this needs to stop. One of the most upsetting aspects to this is that he was 'out of pull ups' for quite a little while sometime back, but had occasional accidents. Then his occasional accidents were fairly frequent and his mother was tired of doing the dirty laundry, so she had him start wearing the pull up's again. I think that the "pull-up's" are working against us in this situation - traditionally a boy his age would feel some shame about wearing diapers at night and strive to get past that stage. When I told him I think he's getting a bit too old for pull-up's, he honestly disagreed. "No" he said "Pull up's are for big kids, they're not diapers " I also notice that he has a hard time waking up in the mornings, he's just a sleepy head and doesn't like waking up. Maybe that's part of the problem? I am really concerned, at this point I'm concerned that maybe there is a psychological problem. My old fashioned horse sense says that I need to wake him up to use the restroom before I go to bed at night and again at some time during the night until he starts doing it on his own - But I worry that might make him dependant on me rather than doing it himself so maybe that's not good. What's the best t thing that I can do? I am worried, should I be? He just turned six, he's in Kindergarten and doing quite well - he's a normal smart kid. How old is too old to still be wetting the bed? How do I teach this? My daughter was easy, it happened very naturally. This is a struggle.