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Cast Your Vote:

    • Start potty training (give ideas of what to do) -- Votes: 7
    • Wait to potty train & force diapers -- Votes: 1
    • Wait to train, but don't force a diaper -- Votes: 0
My child is peeing everywhere! ~Raylan's Mama~ 1 child; Tennessee 2116 posts
27th Jul '13

DS isn't even 2 yet so I am in no big rush to potty train, tho it would be nice to not have to buy diapers! He has been fairly dry for a few weeks now when he wakes up & shortly after his diaper will be full. He has been rebelling against wearing a diaper, but won't go pee on his potty. He will sit on the potty, he just won't go on it. He knows when he is about to go...he will grab his penis and say "pee" right before he starts peeing on the floor. I need help! I don't like fighting with him to wear a diaper but I don't want him peeing all over the floor either!

Amber + 2♡ 2 kids; Kansas 19295 posts
27th Jul '13

When he's in mid stream of peeing I'd rush him to the potty, that's what I did with my daughter and ever since she knows what to do when she has to go.

ρiηkie ρie 3 kids; 3 angel babies; Kentucky 21902 posts
27th Jul '13

Maybe you could teach him to pee standing up instead?

vagina. 3 kids; Titz, No, Germany 30924 posts
27th Jul '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting ρiηkie ρie:</b>" Maybe you could teach him to pee standing up instead? "</blockquote>




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~Raylan's Mama~ 1 child; Tennessee 2116 posts
27th Jul '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting ρiηkie ρie:</b>" Maybe you could teach him to pee standing up instead? "</blockquote>




I was thinking this but I've tried standing him at the regular potty and his potty and he pretends he doesn't know what to do! I will keep trying this & hope thing work themselves out! We are moving in a couple weeks too, which will make things a little better because he will have his own bathroom (shared with guests) Maybe that will help?!



Thanks ladies!