If you're playing that new Scum game on Steam, you probably have been confronted by a sudden need for your character to pee, or poop, or vomit. It sounds silly, but the way that Scum intricately simulates digestive processes to create the most gastrointestinally detailed survival simulation ever means that eating and drinking naturally lead to, well, a call from nature. Refusing to answer that call will leave you in quite a bind. Unfortunately, Scum doesn't make it terribly clear how to make your character go, and by the time you get done tabbing through all of the menus things may be getting desperate.
We rob them of this power. This sets up a power struggle. The child resists the parental urgings and manipulations. The power struggle needs to dissolve. I suggest you teach them how to wash soiled underwear and how to do a load of laundry. Alyson has been blogging parenting advice for over 15 years.
This will not post anything on Facebook or anywhere else. I think we can all agree, first of all, that a satisfying dump really is one of the purest joys in the world. And while deep in thought, appreciating the natural marvel that is pooping, we wondered just why pretty much every poop you've ever created in life is always accompanied with some urine.
We waited to do it because I was pregnant and we didn't want to add to the already stressful event of adding a new sibling. It seemed to work for him and shortly after our 2nd son was born he moved to big boy underwear. We skipped the "pull ups" because he viewed them as a diaper.