Does anybody out there with young children have any tips for curing bed wetting??? I realize my son is only three, but I don't see any sense in waiting until he's 5 or 6 to start encouraging him to stop wetting the bed at night. He learned how to stay dry during the day within a week, and is doing very well at it. But I'm still doing loads of blankets and sheets every single morning, and really don't care for the idea of continuing that routine for another three or four years if I can help it. Occasionally, he'll wake up and holler for me to help him go in the middle of the night, but for the most part, he sleeps right through it and I find him, and everything around him wet the next morning. Some nights we change the sheets twice before morning! I bought a bunch of cheap little toys and wrapped them in bright wrapping paper leftover from last years' Christmas, and put them in a box. Every time he keeps his bed dry, he gets to pick out one toy. I bought two nicer toys and wrapped them as well. They are the "big prize" if he can stay dry for a whole week! He's managed to earn a toy or two, but he still has a lot of wet nights. Again, I realize I may be rushing things, but if anyone out there has any tips or ideas or success stories that worked for them, even on your older children, I'm up for anything! If it works on Christian, WONDERFUL, and if it doesn't, we'll just deal with it til he overcome the bed wetting problem on his own.