I've potty trained my DD to tell me when she has to potty. And she did for almost 2 weeks. as of yesterday, she has been only peeing in her underwear and doesn't even want to sit on toilet. She was doing amazing! I was surprised, and now it's like she forgot how everything works. I don't understand what happened? Is she lazy of bored? What should I try?
For the first week I just spent my days inside the house. But I can't continue doing that? Maybe that's why she went potty so well.
Please help me! Before it's too late. I really don't want to start this whole process again. It's just way too overwhelming! View Thread
My DD is 2 years and 5 months old; she has been doing great at going potty. She wears underwear all day- for the last 5 days. But I have few questions. She's my first child so I'm learning as I go. It's been quite fun actually with her and the whole potty thing. But it's the fifth day. What should I be expecting by now?
For the first 4 days I set a timer and every time it would go off I would ask her to turn it off and go potty. So today, I decided to change some things around and just have her wait and tell me when she has to go. Is that a good idea? With the timer going off every hour I haven't had any accidents since day #3. I really don't know what to do from this point. She has come a far way! I'm so proud of her!
Any suggestions from experienced mommy's? I would appreciate any ideas!
Thanks in advance!
-I know my daughter is not 3 to post on this board but I think mom's with 3 year old have probably at least tried potty training.View Thread
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