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♥ Deleted ♥ ♥Daenerys 34 kids; California 8134 posts
6th Feb '13
LaLaLa... 34 kids; New Zealand 181 posts
6th Feb '13

I was lucky, my DD was fully toilet trained just before age 2.
Including nights, she had no accidents at all. :)

Cindy[+1]♥ 1 child; Kentucky 10428 posts
6th Feb '13

I bought my daughter's potty at 18 months. She used it the first day #1, and #2... After that showed no interest. So i put it away for a while. I got it back out just before Christmas and was potty trained within a week. She did it all herself, all i had to do was buy her pretty underwear lol. She is now 2 1/2 and fully potty trained.

angelica j 1 child; 1 angel baby; Waukesha, Wisconsin 414 posts
6th Feb '13
Quoting LaLaLa...:" I was lucky, my DD was fully toilet trained just before age 2. Including nights, she had no accidents at all. :)"


im jealous! my daughter just turned 3 and she is not even close to being done. she will only go pee if i tell her to and forget pooping. idk what else to do!!!!

Nessa Grace 18 kids; Nebraska 347 posts
6th Feb '13

I'm having issues with DD and shes almost 3 we had her accident free for almost 6 months before DS from 18 months to 2 then when he was born she went back to diapers at night them my hubby had to leave from middle of Feb until Oct and she was in diapers all the time since then it's just been pull-ups on and off at night but im waiting for her to go dry all the time again

♥Daenerys 34 kids; California 8134 posts
6th Feb '13
Quoting Cindy[+1]♥:" I bought my daughter's potty at 18 months. She used it the first day #1, and #2... After that showed ... [snip!] ... a week. She did it all herself, all i had to do was buy her pretty underwear lol. She is now 2 1/2 and fully potty trained."


Lol I'm going to the store tomorrow to get her underwear. I wasn't expecting her to potty train for another couple months, at least, but I guess she has other plans. :)

Jane.Doe. Fukushima, Japan 2805 posts
6th Feb '13

Ahh I love that shit! My daughter totally potty trained herself, too. It was AWESOME lol

♥Daenerys 34 kids; California 8134 posts
6th Feb '13
Quoting Nessa Grace:" I'm having issues with DD and shes almost 3 we had her accident free for almost 6 months before DS from ... [snip!] ... diapers all the time since then it's just been pull-ups on and off at night but im waiting for her to go dry all the time again"


Aw I'm sorry. That's a lot of changes though, so I can understand why. Hopefully she'll decide soon that she likes being dry better lol.

Jennybananna 2 kids; Gilbert, AZ, United States 25079 posts
6th Feb '13

Mine is 3 and is in the process of training. I let her go at her own pace we had a major regression but she got back on track. She is still working on no accidents when we are at playgroups its hit or miss. She will 1-2 weeks with no accidents at home then have a day like today where she has two.

LaLaLa... 34 kids; New Zealand 181 posts
6th Feb '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting angelica j:</b>" im jealous! my daughter just turned 3 and she is not even close to being done. she will only go pee if i tell her to and forget pooping. idk what else to do!!!!"</blockquote>




Aww she'll get there, my daughter was ready. She led me. :)

♥Daenerys 34 kids; California 8134 posts
6th Feb '13
Quoting Mrs. Reynolds:" Ahh I love that shit! My daughter totally potty trained herself, too. It was AWESOME lol"


Lol nice! I have a few friends who post on FB how frustrated they are that their kid had an accident, or won't go potty, etc. And they say, "Any advice on what to do?" And I so badly want to say, "Maybe they just aren't ready yet..." But I don't. I just don't see the point in trying to make them. I honestly believe letting them decide they are ready is the best. I know I hate being pressured to do something I'm not so sure about.

Nessa Grace 18 kids; Nebraska 347 posts
7th Feb '13
Quoting ♥Daenerys:" Lol nice! I have a few friends who post on FB how frustrated they are that their kid had an accident, ... [snip!] ... believe letting them decide they are ready is the best. I know I hate being pressured to do something I'm not so sure about."


My bio sister does this and it pisses me off he daughter is almost 3.5 now and I think she is scared of the potty because of the emotional trauma of being forced to go. She always tries to compare her to my daughter who started following me to the potty and sitting on her own potty at 9 months. I try to tell her that Livie will go when she is ready but she keeps pushing so hard

♥Daenerys 34 kids; California 8134 posts
7th Feb '13
Quoting Jennybananna:" Mine is 3 and is in the process of training. I let her go at her own pace we had a major regression but ... [snip!] ... are at playgroups its hit or miss. She will 1-2 weeks with no accidents at home then have a day like today where she has two."


That sounds normal to me though. I've worked in child care the past 5 years, and that's usually how it went. Kids would go a while with no accidents, and then they would have a rough day or two. I'm just making sure that when we start taking her out in public with no diapers I have plenty of wipes and extra clothes on hand haha.

Jennybananna 2 kids; Gilbert, AZ, United States 25079 posts
7th Feb '13
Quoting ♥Daenerys:" That sounds normal to me though. I've worked in child care the past 5 years, and that's usually how ... [snip!] ... making sure that when we start taking her out in public with no diapers I have plenty of wipes and extra clothes on hand haha."

Yea she started going on her own back in June and went 3 or 4 months with no accidents. Then full on regression back into diapers. After the new year we tried again. Her accidents today were because she wont let me help her and she just couldnt get on the potty in time. I carry a tote bag with like 3 changes of clothes for both kids then I carry 1-2 pairs with me depending on where we are going.

♥Daenerys 34 kids; California 8134 posts
7th Feb '13
Quoting Nessa Grace:" My bio sister does this and it pisses me off he daughter is almost 3.5 now and I think she is scared ... [snip!] ... and sitting on her own potty at 9 months. I try to tell her that Livie will go when she is ready but she keeps pushing so hard"


Exactly! I know someone who screams at their kid if they go in and play with the toilet, and I'm just thinking, "Um he's 2.5 years old, he's showing interest in potty training, maybe instead of screaming at him to get away from it you should encourage him to use it!"