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    • That’s a good question. We need to keep in mind that we’re talking about best friends, so this kind of treatment, although not really acceptable in a normal setting, is appropiate to their close relationship, friendly condescending and where such language is definitley not taboo. But thanks for the comment, I will try and not be too liberal with this kind of vocabulary amongst BFFs. Cheers!
    • My older brother and I were both bedwetters and we shared a room. Every morning our mom would do a round table at breakfast unless she was too hung over and didn't get up before we left for school. She'd still shout from her bedroom though asking if we'd put our wet bedding in the laundry hamper. We had to fess up or we'd get into big trouble. She used to check to see if we lied about it. My mom did wash the peed sheets and pjs until I was old enough to know how to do the laundry myself. Also she's sometimes put the wet sheets and blanket out on the line to dry when the weather was nice and she'd rinse the pjs and put them out to dry as well. Sleepovers with friends weren't a big thing when I was growing up either. And it wasn't considered a medical issue either.
    • Sitting in the sunshine in my thick terry diaper with two boosters and plastic pants. Very wet as i have been wearing it for most of the day.
    • 14 is a big family. I grew up in a family of 7 kids, with 3 boys and 4 girls. Both of my parents worked - well my mom usually part-time - and 4 of us kids were overage bedwetters. And my father had a small construction business and worked about 60 hours a week to pay the bills. So our dad wasn't around a lot and our mom had her hands full. And we were relatively close in age with only 9 years separating the oldest from the youngest. I think that in really big families years ago the older kids would often look after the younger ones but that probably isn't as common where the kids are close in age.
    • I think you are going overboard with the positive reinforcement—I mean, for instance, what 14-year-old would compliment another by calling her a "good girl"?—but it's still a cute piece.
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