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xpubg 2 kids; 5 angel babies; Sacramento, California 37358 posts
Jun 7th '10
Quoting Mrs.G:
Mrs.G 2 kids; Ontario 1432 posts
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xpubg 2 kids; 5 angel babies; Sacramento, California 37358 posts
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Mrs.G 2 kids; Ontario 1432 posts
Jun 7th '10
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Lil Bexi 1 child; kidderminster, worcestershire, United Kingdom 6902 posts
Jun 7th '10

ok im stuck!! i told you a while ago my son has no desire to use the potty so i let it slide for abit. so i started again a few days ago he still refuses to go potty so i purchased a seat for the toilet and a step wont use it one bit, then i bought a regular potty nope he hates it so today i went out and bought an all singing and dancing one basically when he pees in the potty it sings and praises him, i got him to sit on it once and he peed so i was super proud then next thing i know he has peed 5 times within me changin his pants 3 times help!!!

gilly+2 <3 3 kids; Hamilton, ON, Canada 3676 posts
Jun 8th '10

i have a 26 month old. so far she knows what the potty is, she knows that shes supposed to peepee and poopoo in it... i know thats a good start. i've been able to get her to sit on it and all that, but thattssss about it. one time she said "mommy, poopoo potty" so i took off her diaper and she went and sat on it and got bored and pooped on the floor!

im going to try a sticker chart soon!

anymore tips???

Happy Ipster Washington, D.C., District of Columbia 22228 posts
Jun 8th '10
Quoting gilly♥:
gilly+2 <3 3 kids; Hamilton, ON, Canada 3676 posts
Jun 8th '10
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BoogB&Me 2 kids; Lakenheath, United Kingdom 1797 posts
Jun 10th '10

I'm curious to know how long it took some mothers to fully potty train after they got nap time down pat? Because for the last couple weeks she's done well and had no accidents during nap time and she can wake up and sometimes even not have to go potty for a little while but last night was our first night of trying at night. She woke up about midnight crying and I took her to pee (and good lord, did she!) and brought her back to bed. But then she didn't get up until 7:30 (normal for her) and she had peed in bed.



The other thing I wanted to ask was that I know a lot of people take the drinks away at 5 but normally we eat dinner anywhere from 6-7 so it seems like that would be a bad idea for us since we tend to eat dinner later. And then she goes to bed anywhere from 8-9. What could be a good solution for this?

Titia Due July 29; 3 kids; Kansas 6267 posts
Jun 10th '10
Quoting BoogB&Me:
BoogB&Me 2 kids; Lakenheath, United Kingdom 1797 posts
Jun 10th '10
Quoting Titia:
Titia Due July 29; 3 kids; Kansas 6267 posts
Jun 10th '10
Quoting BoogB&Me:
BoogB&Me 2 kids; Lakenheath, United Kingdom 1797 posts
Jun 10th '10
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Vincent&Me (Laura) 2 kids; Moab, Utah 7847 posts
Jun 10th '10

So I'm hoping someone in here can tell me if this is normal. My son will be three in August. About two an a half months ago, I was willing to call him fully potty trained. He was only having occasional accidents, usually when he laughed too hard, etc. He made it through a really rough sickness, and was even able to ride in the car for up to four hours without any incidents. However, the last two weeks, he's been having accidents again. I don't really think they're "accidents" per say, because I'm pretty sure that he knows that he needs to go and he just doesn't tell me. It was pee for a few days (mostly when we were outside, which I attribute to a power struggle, because I didn't want him to just drop his shorts and pee everytime we were out playing in the yard), but the last few days he's been pooping his pants again too. He's still only having an incident every few days, but it's more than he was before.

Titia Due July 29; 3 kids; Kansas 6267 posts
Jun 10th '10
Quoting BoogB&Me: