what month,to put baby potty training 24month

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Cc - posted on 04/26/2012




My son turned 2 in January and still is not potty trained. I've tried to get him interested but he will NOT go while on the potty. He waits until he gets off and goes on my floor. : / He doesn't let me know when he has to go and doesn't tell me when he's pooped in his diaper and needs a clean one. I don't think he's ready so I'm not going to force it on him. I'll continue to let him sit on the potty and try but I would not push a toddler who isn't ready.

It also depends completely on the individual toddler's experiences. My son spends a lot of time with some older cousins (5 and 7) who embarrass him every time he poops in his pamper. ("Eeewww Cameron pooped! It smells!!! Go change your pamper!!!") I think this has caused him to avoid the subject so not only do I have to focus on teaching him what the potty is for but I have to get him to talk to me about poop!

Brittney - posted on 04/23/2012




I started my daughter early (4 months) and was trained at 6 months but she regressed when she was learning to walk. We picked back up once that milestone was accomplished (11 months) and she got the concept fairly quickly and at 14 months is when we really started hardcore, finally daytime trained at 15 months. If you want to give it a go, buy a potty, cloth training pants (worked best for us), and put him/her on the potty at regular intervals. (every 30 minutes worked for us at first). Good luck to you!

Lynette - posted on 04/22/2012




Most of the time you little one will let you know when they are ready. The key to look for is dry diapers when they wake up from bedtime and naptime. My son turned 2yrs old this pass Feb and we really started potty training hardcore this month. Given he had been exposed to it a little in the months before but just to give him a taste. He's been at it for 3 weeks now and he grabs the concept very well. He'll pee about 85% of the time, for whatever reason pooping isn't as easy lol. Anyhow I wish you the best of luck!!

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