I'm almost out of Clorox wipes, laundry detergent and sanity. difficult child's memory foam (grandparents fantastic idea) is drying on the porch, difficult child's sheets and mattress pad are in the wash again, and several spots of my carpet are now cleaner than others. Three weeks ago, difficult child began showing interest in her potty for the fifteen millionth time in a year. Hopeful, I brought it into the tile entryway since it is a central location between her room and the living room and difficult child cant be trusted in a bathroom alone. For a week we had no accidents at all then one morning she woke up and wouldn't let me take her diaper off to put panties on until she had peed through it. Put her in panties and within half an hour she peed everywhere. It was as if she was saying "ok, this was a fun game but I'm tired of it now" And just like that Im back to fighting her tooth and nail just to change a pull-up or diaper. I know she's holding it somewhat because she has never leaked through a diaper at night and every morning for the last 4 days Ive had to wash everything on her bed. This morning(at 4am, don't all mornings start before 5?) I caught her sitting in her bed and TRYING to pee in her diaper... explains why it was always off from where she sleeps. Im stuck here, she won't let me change her more than twice a day yet she won't use the potty. Ive tried going without panties or diapers (worked but difficult child likes to try to stick things up there so really backfired), pull-ups, cool alert pull-ups (difficult child liked the feeling), cloth diapers, cloth training pants, panties, rewards and flat out ignoring the issue. I found a 'special' preschool for her that starts in the fall but they won't take her unless she's potty trained. She really wants to go too. Did anyone else have issues? Any suggestions?