My son goes to the toilet to wee, but wont take a pooh in the toilet. He rather soil himself. Any tips or ideas? I have tried the potty, the toilet clip on. I spoke to his child support. Anyone had the same issue and how did u get him/her to use the toilet x. Thank you for helpingView Thread
I am in desperate need of help. My son was eating fine, until he started teething his mowlers. After they came out i cant get him to eat chicken, fish etc. He will have crisps, and snacks. But want nothing to do with a plate of dinner unless i mash it all up and feed him. He refuses to eat breakfast unless i feed it to him. This is my day one of " cruel to be kind, i put the food down, and if he is hungry, he will eat. Its been 8 months since his teeth. But it needs to stop now, he is going to school soon and i wish for him to be able to eat what ever they have available. I am asking advise, not critism. Its a very tender subject. I am desperate for help.. is it ok, is it a stage, what do i do next? Thank youView Thread
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