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Potty training this Heffer. Amy Pond Due August 28; 2 kids; Wichita, Kansas 867 posts
13th Sep

This is driving me nuts!!! I put my DD on the potty she just runs away. When she pees she just rips off her diapers. When she poops she does the same thing. She's always getting naked. You can't keep her clothed.



Apart from duck tape idk what else to do!!!!!!



How do I potty train her and keep her dang clothes on?!? It was SOOOO easy with my son.

Kelly&Coralie 1 child; Rochester, New York 55065 posts
13th Sep

let her be naked. Why does she need to have clothes on?

Amy Pond Due August 28; 2 kids; Wichita, Kansas 867 posts
13th Sep

<blockquote><b>Quoting Kelly&Coralie:</b>" let her be naked. Why does she need to have clothes on?"</blockquote>




Cause she won't use the potty! She pees and poops everywhere and her skin is like ice cold constantly. Literally if we're in the house her clothes instantly come off!



I was afraid shed get sick and GHASP... She was throwing up last night and liquid poops today... Little puddles. Thank god I have hard floors..

ℐαzmчn 2 kids; Somerset, Kentucky 12712 posts
13th Sep

Are you using a potty that goes on the floor? With DD the only way we got her to potty train is by getting her a seat for the actual toilet. The potty that sits on the floor was more of a toy for her. She likes copying me so we figured we might as well give it a shot. Clicked for her within a week.



Other than that I'm not sure. We got lucky and DD doesn't like peeing on herself and I think that's what made it easy. As for the clothes part, yeah no help there when we're home DD is constantly running around taking off her clothes except her underwear. :?



Hope you can figure out something that works!

Amy Pond Due August 28; 2 kids; Wichita, Kansas 867 posts
13th Sep

<blockquote><b>Quoting ℐαzmчn:</b>" Are you using a potty that goes on the floor? With DD the only way we got her to potty train is by getting ... [snip!] ... DD is constantly running around taking off her clothes except her underwear. :? Hope you can figure out something that works!"</blockquote>




Yeah it's one of the floor ones. Literally tried for 1 day with my son and it clicked and he never had an accident.. With her it's like pulling teeth!!



I'll try one of those seats and see if it helps. She'll come tell me when she poops sometimes so I know she's ready.

ℐαzmчn 2 kids; Somerset, Kentucky 12712 posts
13th Sep
Quoting Amy Pond:" <blockquote><b>Quoting ℐαzmчn:</b>" Are you using a potty that goes ... [snip!] ... teeth!! I'll try one of those seats and see if it helps. She'll come tell me when she poops sometimes so I know she's ready."


Fingers crossed it works for you! Worth a shot. Good luck!

The Time Police 2 kids; Cold Lake, AB, Canada 33400 posts
13th Sep

How old is she?

Amy Pond Due August 28; 2 kids; Wichita, Kansas 867 posts
13th Sep
Quoting Spacetits:" How old is she?"


27 months

taylllorrr Due October 9; 1 child; Olivehurst, California 1085 posts
13th Sep
Quoting Amy Pond:" 27 months"


Im sure you've alreay tried onsie with the snaps? how about a belt?! dd is 3 and still cant figure out how to take off a belt so we don't use them because she'll have an accident.



Amy Pond Due August 28; 2 kids; Wichita, Kansas 867 posts
13th Sep
Quoting taylllorrr:" Im sure you've alreay tried onsie with the snaps? how about a belt?! dd is 3 and still cant figure out how to take off a belt so we don't use them because she'll have an accident. "


I haven't tried onesies.. mostly because we don't own any. I'm sure she'd figure it out as she can get cloth diapers off. >.<