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Happy Ipster Washington, D.C., District of Columbia 22228 posts
17th Nov '09
Nichole+3 {O08} 3 kids; St Louis, Missouri 951 posts
17th Nov '09
Quoting Animal Guardian:
Happy Ipster Washington, D.C., District of Columbia 22228 posts
17th Nov '09
Quoting Nichole+3 {O08}:
✩BG Addict +2 2 kids; Ohio 24435 posts
17th Nov '09

we didn't really potty train our daughter, it was more she did it herself in a way. we helped but we just followed her steps. she shwoed us when she was ready to take the next steps.
but a couple tips i use are:
keep everything positive
let them run around naked(worked very well with my daughter)
when they do go make a HUGE deal out of it. with my daughter we would let her call my mom and tell her that she went on the potty.

Happy Ipster Washington, D.C., District of Columbia 22228 posts
17th Nov '09

For mommas who say their LO is now relapsing and no longer interested in potty training, I found this:



"Ready, Set

mama erica. 2 kids; New York 60568 posts
17th Nov '09
Quoting Animal Guardian:
Happy Ipster Washington, D.C., District of Columbia 22228 posts
17th Nov '09
Quoting Miss Erica .:
poop12345 blah blah blah, ri, United States 26295 posts
18th Nov '09
Quoting Animal Guardian:“ You made the ignorant comment by personalizing something that was never directing towards you. In fact, ... [snip!] ... hypotheticals. Again. Stop your own virtual abuse on people who say something you do not like at face value. It's not cool.”



I don't care that I'm late. This is the internet and she did post about her personal life on here. This is a public forum, not private. Just pointing that out to you.

J e s s i c a 3 kids; Sherwood, Oregon 36775 posts
18th Nov '09

Well since I've been reading the thread, I guess I'll give my 2 cents.

I think when your child is ready, you will know. I tried to do it when I was ready but PTing just doesn't work that way. Once SHE was ready, I just said no more diapers and she never wore another diaper again - night time or otherwise. She never had even one accident until 6 months after she had been potty trained. I think pushing a child who isn't ready is about the worst thing you can do. Studies are all generic, they don't address YOUR child.

Summer lovin' 2 kids; Michigan 57412 posts
18th Nov '09
Quoting Animal Guardian:
Summer lovin' 2 kids; Michigan 57412 posts
18th Nov '09
Quoting Animal Guardian:
Summer lovin' 2 kids; Michigan 57412 posts
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Happy Ipster Washington, D.C., District of Columbia 22228 posts
18th Nov '09
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Happy Ipster Washington, D.C., District of Columbia 22228 posts
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Summer lovin' 2 kids; Michigan 57412 posts
18th Nov '09
Quoting Animal Guardian: