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MonkeyMel 1 child; Moore, Oklahoma 26208 posts
status Jan 24th '13

What's the best way to wipe their butts after a poo? I've been using a baby wipe and having him bend over my knee, lol. How do you teach them to do it without them getting poo on their hands?

Yurvette [♥] 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Hyrule Castle, LZ, San Marino 37225 posts
Jan 24th '13
Quoting Colt's mommy:" What's the best way to wipe their butts after a poo? I've been using a baby wipe and having him bend over my knee, lol. How do you teach them to do it without them getting poo on their hands?"


I couldnt tell you! lol. Adrian PT'd himself and after a while of me wiping his butt refused me to wipe it for him. lol.

BC Mama 2 kids; British Columbia 512 posts
Jan 24th '13
Quoting Colt's mommy:" What's the best way to wipe their butts after a poo? I've been using a baby wipe and having him bend over my knee, lol. How do you teach them to do it without them getting poo on their hands?"


I make him lift his leg and just use toilet paper. But SO taugh DS the ins and outs of wiping and such and he does a pretty good job. He wipes from front to back.

user banned 3 kids; Ontario 10942 posts
Jan 24th '13
Quoting Patti.:" How did you get them PT so young?"



It was really easy.
they were not fully trained till 16 and 18 months, for day and night time. But I started on their first birthdays. every 40 min and 10-15 min after they ate, only used panties on them till night time. and so on. being consitant and them understanding is really important.

homes cool Due July 25; 2 kids; 2 angel babies; Indiana 63165 posts
Jan 24th '13
Quoting crazy coupon lady:" It was really easy. they were not fully trained till 16 and 18 months, for day and night time. ... [snip!] ... they ate, only used panties on them till night time. and so on. being consitant and them understanding is really important."


So, they weren't trained at 12 months. You just started at 12 months.



How'd you be consistent when you were working? Because you haven't always been a SAHM, right?

~~My Pet Wussy~~ 3 kids; USA 23736 posts
Jan 24th '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting crazy coupon lady:</b>" It was really easy. they were not fully trained till 16 and 18 months, for day and night time. ... [snip!] ... they ate, only used panties on them till night time. and so on. being consitant and them understanding is really important."</blockquote>




Sounds more like you were trained, not them.

user banned 3 kids; Ontario 10942 posts
Jan 24th '13
Quoting sassy chef:" So, they weren't trained at 12 months. You just started at 12 months. How'd you be consistent when you were working? Because you haven't always been a SAHM, right? "


No, I wasnt always at home. I used to work nights from 10pm till 6am.
Before this job (I still have but havent gone back yet) lol
And they did on and off in daycare, which daycare also followed the wishes of parents.

But yes I started at 12 months, they did well for day time, and at 16 months for my oldest and 18 months for my youngest is when they did good at night time. No more night time pullups.

user banned 3 kids; Ontario 10942 posts
Jan 24th '13
Quoting ~~My Pet Wussy~~:" <blockquote><b>Quoting crazy coupon lady:</b>" It was really easy. they were ... [snip!] ... consitant and them understanding is really important."</blockquote> Sounds more like you were trained, not them."


That does not even make sense......lol

~~My Pet Wussy~~ 3 kids; USA 23736 posts
Jan 24th '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting crazy coupon lady:</b>" That does not even make sense......lol"</blockquote>




If you have to bring them to the bathroom at certain times everyday in order for them to use the bathroom, then you are trained not them.

user banned Indiana 33802 posts
Jan 24th '13
Quoting crazy coupon lady:" No, I wasnt always at home. I used to work nights from 10pm till 6am. Before this job (I still have ... [snip!] ... and at 16 months for my oldest and 18 months for my youngest is when they did good at night time. No more night time pullups."


You got lucky with a day care that did that then. I imagine it would be hard to take a baby to the bathroom every 40 minutes and watch other kids

user banned 3 kids; Ontario 10942 posts
Jan 24th '13
Quoting Patti.:" You got lucky with a day care that did that then. I imagine it would be hard to take a baby to the bathroom every 40 minutes and watch other kids"



No, its procedure. Toddler rooms have schedualed bathroom breaks, for those who are training their kids. Parents can opt out of potty training till 2, but no one does that. IRL everyone I know kids are potty trained by 2 yrs of age anyways. Its normal here. lol

All the kids line up and they use the bathroom, its opened concept with 2 toilets side by side with just a half door, and they go in 2 at a time etc.....

user banned 3 kids; Ontario 10942 posts
Jan 24th '13
Quoting ~~My Pet Wussy~~:" <blockquote><b>Quoting crazy coupon lady:</b>" That does not even make sense......lol"</blockquote> ... [snip!] ... to bring them to the bathroom at certain times everyday in order for them to use the bathroom, then you are trained not them."


Um lets see, how to ppl get their kids to use the bathroom??? Oh by bringing them to the bathroom. Once they know how to use it, then they go off on their own or tell you when they need to go.

homes cool Due July 25; 2 kids; 2 angel babies; Indiana 63165 posts
Jan 24th '13
Quoting crazy coupon lady:" Um lets see, how to ppl get their kids to use the bathroom??? Oh by bringing them to the bathroom. Once they know how to use it, then they go off on their own or tell you when they need to go. "

I didn't personally train my daughter using a timer method, it would have driven me crazy. I let her wear underwear around the house and explained that when she felt the pee start to come, we'd run to the potty. So, she'd start to go and we'd sprint to the potty. She'd finish there and we'd celebrate. It started to just "click" that when she got that particular sensation, she needed to run to the potty. And then, ta-da, trained!



I really don't care how you trained them, if the timer method works for people I don't care, but we did something different.

user banned Indiana 33802 posts
Jan 24th '13
Quoting sassy chef:" I didn't personally train my daughter using a timer method, it would have driven me crazy. I let her ... [snip!] ... I really don't care how you trained them, if the timer method works for people I don't care, but we did something different. "


Thats how my kids were trained too. I tried the timer method, but shit didnt work. Really I think it was more the kids werent ready at that age to potty train.

AbbieChrysler3312 3 kids; 2 angel babies; Ohio 1219 posts
Jan 24th '13
Quoting crazy coupon lady:" No, its procedure. Toddler rooms have schedualed bathroom breaks, for those who are training their ... [snip!] ... use the bathroom, its opened concept with 2 toilets side by side with just a half door, and they go in 2 at a time etc....."


Yep, I worked at a The Goddard School daycare in the toddler room and that is what they did there as well, and we did it every hour on the hour, unless a parent requested otherwise, and the miniature bathroom was attached to the room and another class room so they could use it too. Its not that hard to do potty time when you know what you're doing with multiple kids, ratio was 7 kids to 1 teacher or 14 to 2 teachers.