What age was your child potty trained?

Christy - posted on 12/07/2010 ( 49 moms have responded )

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I see a lot of worried moms, myself included and am looking for answers more or less out of the norm (norm being 3 and younger). Also, if your child was trained later on, what was the turning point that made them suddenly want to use the potty?

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Candy - posted on 12/10/2010

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Mine were 20 months and 26 months. No worry take your time and DONT listen to ANYONE who tells you it is taking to long. EVERY child is different. Relax !

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My oldest son was almost 3 1/2 when he was ready, I hadnt really tried before because I didnt want to push. He didnt really have accidents and it just happened. He was a bed wetter and wore pullups to bed for a long time though. I believed it was best not to push and just let it happen, less stress and disapointment for both mom and kids. I also did not reward for this, I dont really believe in punishments or rewarding. Suggested read: Punished by Rewards, By Alphie Kohn, great advice!!

Carisa - posted on 12/16/2010

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I don't think the norm is 3 and younger, it's more like 3 to 3 1/2...kids can't train much before 2 1/2 (parents can be trained and the kid can be out of diapers, but that is not the same thing) While my daughter would pee on the potty shortly before her 3rd birthday, she would not poop. We allowed her to wear a diaper to poop for about 6 months (we had another baby one month after her birthday, so we cut her a little slack) before I finally got so disgusted that I refused to put a diaper on her. I know this sounds horrible, but she held it for five days before pooping in her underpants. She was so upset she went on the potty from then on.

Nargis - posted on 12/10/2010

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My daughter got potty trained by 18mths . using cloth diapers helped coz of the the yuck factor . she was also fearful of sitting on the pot which i dealt with by making up funny songs using potty as a key word or even in some rhymes so that kept her amused n less fearful. she was also afraid of the flush so i'd flush only after she had gotten off the pot n then i would say bye bye potty! that kind of made her ok with sitting on the pot.All this took 4-5mths.

Jennifer - posted on 12/09/2010

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my older 2 were potty trained at 2 1/2 yrs, my 2yr 4 month is pottying sometimes but not ready to be fully trained yet. i threw a potty party for my oldest and she was trained from that day on. you get a baby doll that pottys, let your child feed her then take her to potty on the big potty, after the baby doll pees on potty have a party with noise makers, hats, cookies, and sing and dance around like you are so proud of that baby doll. then ask your child if they want a potty party for them too, if they can pee on potty then have a party for them as well. this just has to be like a 5 minute deal. the next time your child pottys sing and dance around but dont feel like you have to have parties from here on out every time she pees. be ready to for her to want to make the baby pee more on the potty but this just makes the child comfortable with the process. remind and have your child try too potty every thirty minutes for a few days until she is consistent with it. good luck and i can not wait til i have my 2 year old out of diapers and then only have to buy for my 11 month old!!

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Jennifer - posted on 04/02/2011

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my daughter was trained a week before she turned 3. i kind of pushed the issue on her at first then realized she will do it when she is ready, and i just let her know the potty was their, we tried from time to time, gave stickers for a reward when she did go, other wise i let her do it on her own because pushing it on her made it worse.. good luck!

SARAH - posted on 04/01/2011

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my son was fully potty trained at 2years 1month no accidents a night nothing amazed me i tried getting him to use it for about 6months with NO luck then one day he started doing it and hasnt had an accident since and is now 4

my daughter was daytime potty trained by 1year 3months i was shocked and i guess because her brother was doing it she did, she wore a pull up at night and on long trips but never during the day and by 2 1/2 she didnt wear one at night she pretty much just started doing it herself before i even thought about trying it i'm thankful for it!

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I potty train by getting rid of diapers and using only big boy/girl underwear. It took a week with my oldest son and he was 2 1/2. My daughter was 18 months and also took a week. My third boy took 3 days and was 2 1/2. I do not go out with my kids during the week i train them.
I prepared them a few days in advance letting them know that when the diapers ran out they were done using them. I did not use pull up pants and they did not wet their bed at night. I did load them up on juice the first day so they would feel the urgency to go pee and then took them every 45 minutes (had set an alarm for that), they all did great. I have one more that I will start this summer and she will be two by the time I get her started and I waited longer with her because she has down syndrome, and just learned to walk this past week.

April - posted on 03/30/2011

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I started my son around 11 months. He was curious and wanted to sit on the potty. I would just randomly set him on there and he'd go. Now he is almost 2 1/2 years old and goes to the bathroom on his own and washes his hands when he's done. We're not quite ready for bedtime without diapers yet though. My son always went in the bathroom with his daddy and watched and thought is hilarious and he wanted to try it too!

Rebekah - posted on 12/22/2010

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My son was day-time potty trained by his 2 year old birthday. He is almost 4 now and still wears a pull-up overnight.

My daughter is 18 months old and goes to the bathroom when she needs to pee about 50% of the time and always to poop. She is currently still wearing diapers, but I plan to switch her to underwear and really start training her after the holidays.

Meaghan Van - posted on 12/21/2010

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My mom, used to sit my sister and I on the toilet and then trickle some warm water over our bellies, to get us to pee in the potty apparently that worked... My little man is 13 months, and Im looking forward to getting him out of his diapers before the next one comes along ( in 7 months or so ) but will not stress too much :)

Iysha - posted on 12/19/2010

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I just got the potty out for my almost 18 month old. At first she just would stick her feet in it and throw her toys in it like the grown up potty. nice, right? lol. I have been sitting her on it fully clothed and we live with my parents at the moment so i brought everyone in the room to show them what a big girl she was and we all clapped and when she sits on it whoever sees her makes a huge deal and claps for her. Hopefully with all the encouragement she will be okay using it. I am just stressing because I am going to be a full time student soon and my fiance will hopefully be working full time too...so who is going to potty train our daughter?

Casey - posted on 12/17/2010

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Both my kids were out of diapers early (20mo & 17 mo), and so my advice is not to wait until you think they are showing signs- just go for it. Get them interested asap. There's no need to wait, or worry. Just make it routine. And loose the diapers! They'll get it when the diapers/ pull ups come off.

Good luck!

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we worked on it from about 2 and 1/2 years and by the time he turned 3years 2mo he was fully potty trained now we are working on wiping his own butt.

Lisa - posted on 12/16/2010

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Hi, this is a really good question. I have a girl who turned 4 in September, and a girl who is 3 in February. The oldest one wanted to start wearing knickers just before her 3rd birthday and we have had issues since then. Even now she is not totally dry and I wouldn't say she's potty trained. However, I have been to the doctors and they have diagnosed a weak bladder, which accounts for the times of 5-6 accidents a day!! My youngest is a completely different story and has now been totally dry since August. They are all different, but I would just make a point of saying to keep your cool (very difficult I know), and not to worry until your child is 4+ as the doctors won't even assess them until then. They're not even considered a late developer until they're 6!

Lori - posted on 12/16/2010

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My 1st son trained himself at 2 but my 2nd who is 15 months younger JUST got trained this past summer at the age of 4. I think his big break though was stating Pre-K & seeing all the other kids his age & younger in underwear & using the potty. Thank God as pulls are so pricey.

Lisa - posted on 12/16/2010

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my mum told me that the main reason for looong potty training is a fear f the potty, so with us, as soon as we were old enough to sit unaided, she would sit us on th potty. I used the same technique with my daughter, we started sitting her on the potty (wich converts into a chair to) when she was about 7 / 8 months for a couple of minutes a day, when she got used to sitting on the chair, we took the cover off and sat her on it at nappy change time. Within a few weeks, she realised it was easier to poop sitting on it and since then refuses to poop in her nappy, she comes and tells us when she needs to go! She'll only use the nappy if she's poorly, or completely engrossed in something new and doesnt notice the signs. She still hasn't quite realised when she needs to pee yet, but when she goes on the potty to poop, she pees too. We sit her on it to get washed in the mrning and before she goes for her bath at night, and usualy pees then too, we just make a bit of a fuss when she does so she knows it's a good thing ( Yay, you went peepee, lots of clapping etc) She's 14 months now and my mum thinks she's going to follow me, i was out of nappies altogether at 18 months. Good Luck!

Hannah - posted on 12/15/2010

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I started potty training my daughter at 18 months. She would pee on the potty just fine, but she would NOT poo on the potty at all. It was so frustrating, I asked Drs, read books, ect to find out what to do. By her 3rd birthday I was getting discouraged.. Finally, I just sat in the bathroom with her & turned away. She told me to go to sleep lol, so I closed my eyes & pretended to fall asleep. She would call me & I wouldn't answer, so she thought I was really asleep. That's when it happened! haha Idk why she decided to go when I was "sleeping", but she just did. I gave her privacy before, I would look away or go in a different room, but she would jump off the potty & play. I guess she must of known it was time or maybe she knew how frustrated I was getting.. Idk, but I'm so happy it happened! She is now 4 years old & 100% potty trained :)

I now have a 18 month old son & I started potty training him at 16 months, he was day potty trained by 17 months, & now I'm working on night potty training. There were a few accidents when we first started, but that's normal. I would take him every 15mins. Even if he had an accident I would put him on the potty & tell him that's where he needs to go next time. He also had no problem at all with going poo on the potty. I use pull ups ONLY for naptime/bedtime & he isn't confused about them at all, he actually runs when he see's them cuz he knows what time it is haha. He use to pat his underwear when he had to go, but now he knows the meaning & tells me if he has to "peepee" or "poopoo". I think it was easier with him cuz he wanted to copy his sister. I'm so happy he potty trained so easy! I was going to wait to start him at 18 months, but he would run in the bathroom, put the seat up, & try to get on the potty. So, I said what the heck! lol Never used those kid potties, just bought a towlet seat. No mess to clean up! My kids are difinitely yin & yang when it come to things lol

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My son was peeing on his own around the time he turned 2 because we were keeping a little girl who was training and he just picked up on it. That said, he couldn't / wouldn't poop in the potty until he was 4 yrs old.
He would wait until it was just a little too late to run to the potty, and by the time he got the lid up and his pants down, it was just a tad too late and he had a "skid mark" as my lovely husband called it. I don't really know what the turning point for him was, I just noticed sometime during the year that he was 4 that I hadn't seen a skid mark in quite a while.

I think, eventually, they all get the hang of it and there is no need to rush it.

Aimee - posted on 12/15/2010

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Christy, we as moms already put a lot of pressure on ourselves. Don't worry about milestones with age. Potty training starts when your child is ready. Every child is different. I have twins and I see they are very different. One is farther along for potty readiness then the other. There are checklists to see if your child is ready for potty training. We read potty books and put stuffed animals on the potty. I also announce when I go to the toilet. My daughter follows me and is very interested about what I do in there. My best advice is let your child take the lead.

Surprisingly, my mom potty trained me in one day. I was 2 1/2. She spent the whole day giving me liquids and I was bare butt on a tiled floor. If I sat on the potty I got a gum ball. Apparently I loved them. She would cheer and we would play and she would ask me often if I wanted to sit on the potty. By the end of the day I connected the two together. If your child hasn't made the connection that he feels his bladder full then it's just not time.

Another great piece of advice I got from my mother, "They will all walk and talk and be potty trained before they go to Kindergarten". Give yourself a break. The time will come. Good luck :) -Aimee

Megan - posted on 12/15/2010

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I am going to preface this by saying my son is autistic so that delays his milestones. He was 4 and a half and we were told to try, if it didn't take in one to two weeks, to wait a few months and try again. Sure enough, the last round it worked just fine. We found the issue was that to him, the underwear felt just like a diaper, got some boxers and poof, no more regular accidents (an occasional one, but what kid doesn't have those?). The kind of shocking thing for me was that in his class at preschool, of the 11 kids, 9 were not potty trained at the beginning of the year. Now its winter break and all but 2-3 are. I thought they had to be but the teacher told me that a majority are still in pull-ups when they first come to preschool. She gets all the parents permission at the beginning of the year to work on it as a class which motivates most of them. I realized my son was ready when his diaper ripped off during the night and the bed was dry.

Candyce - posted on 12/15/2010

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The "norm" is utterly useless, lol. Unless your kid has a medical problem, they won't wind up in kindergarten in a diaper. Doesn't happen. Too many parents push their children before they're totally ready, making it take much longer, with way more stress. My boy wasn't fully trained until a couple of months before his fourth birthday, but once he decided he was ready, he did it 100% within three days. Since then, he's been dry every night but one (he was exhausted), and only dribbled on himself a couple of times when I couldn't get him to the bathroom fast enough. Why worry about it? Give your kids the tools they need (access to a toilet, maybe some big kid undies if they're ready for that), then let them figure it out, with a little easy-going assistance. No worries.



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ETA: I had bought a little singing potty when my son was two (BAD IDEA!!) and regretted it ever since. That damned thing never shuts up and the Boy always viewed it as a toy, so I just let my niece use it. My son was trained, beginning to end, on the big potty, since he was a big boy, lol. Plus, he loves the flushing.

Becky - posted on 12/15/2010

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My daughter was potty trained day/night 2 weeks after her second birthday.. I started putting underwear on her, had a week of accidents, then bamm the next week she was fully potty trained.

Samantha - posted on 12/14/2010

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My son will be 3 in February and he hasn't the slightest interest in potty training....his doctor believes he has a mild case of Autism, so he is in the process of being evaluated and I was told that will cause him to be delayed in most milestones. My daughter will be 2 in March and she goes into our bathroom and takes her diaper off, wanting to sit on the regular potty. So, today I got her a cushioned seat from the potty training isle. Now, that my son has seen her do this, he seems to have taken some interest in it. So, we will see how this works out!
I've had other moms say to me that "it's late to be potty training my son" "he should've been pt'd already" blah blah blah....

Janis - posted on 12/14/2010

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My daughter is two but knew about the potty by age one. A few months ago we bought her a potty and have tried to get her to use it but she has lost interest in it. She is more interested in the big potty that mommy and daddy use. Still, I don't think she is quite ready for potty training, but then I don't think it's really easy to tell. I'm not sure. My daughter is my first child so she's my guinea pig. Poor thing!

Tamara - posted on 12/14/2010

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My son was potty trained at age of 3, but didn't learn how to wipe himself properly till he was 4...they learn when they are ready to, but if you push them it will take a lot longer

Marcia - posted on 12/14/2010

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Daytime Trained, my son was 2 and a half. We are still working on the night time training at 4 years. I find if I take him to pee at least once during the night he is fine for the rest of the night. Hope I didn't jinx myself!

Tracy - posted on 12/14/2010

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Both of mine were early, but I know plenty of moms that it happened later for. You'll know when they are ready!

Anne - posted on 12/14/2010

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Both of my kids potty trained at 3 1/2 years. We never rushed or pushed it. Frankly, it's easier to have them in diapers when you run errands or travel a lot like we do. We potty trained them about 1 month before they were supposed to start preschool. They were all hyped up about going to school and we told them that they can't go if they still wear diapers. Both were potty trained in about 48 hours!! Of course, they had an occasional accident, but those happen to any kid.

Stefanie - posted on 12/14/2010

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2 AND 1/2 YEARS OLD. COMPLETELY BY 3 YEARS (NO ACCIDENTS AND ABLE TO STAY DRY AT NIGHT). :)



IS IMPORTANT TO BE CONSISTENT, AND JUST GO FORTH WITH UNDERWEAR, AND STAY IN THEM.

. PULL-UPS ONLY CONFUSE THEM.

Catherine - posted on 12/13/2010

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My son was 2 3/4 old when I started to train him and the turning point was on Saturday evening after them visiting their daddy and I said to him do you wanna wear big boy pants and he said yes and has ever since and we are now 4 months of him on the big boy toilet

Lara - posted on 12/12/2010

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I "toilet trained" my son at 4 weeks of age....but only for poos, wee's are altogether harder to pick up on the signs for! He's 15 months now and not even close to being dry, so I'm curious to know the signs for them needing a wee!

Shane - your boy is still young enough to do the 'infant potty training'....saves on changing yukky nappies at least! www.diaperfreebaby.com but you don't have to be as obsessive about it as many are - I just did it a nappy change time and when the signs were really obvious!

Shane - posted on 12/12/2010

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What are the 'signs' that a child is ready to start using the potty? I won't have to even start thinking about it for a couple of years (my little boy is just under 4m old) but I'm curious. =)

Ambyr - posted on 12/11/2010

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My daughter is only 21 months and not potty trained. I have heard though that if you get them sitting on the potty on their second birthday they will potty train over night...now if thats true or not is another story. I am going to try it though. We bought her a potty about a month or two ago and I have her pretending to go when I go. She will sit on it then I hand her a square of toilet paper. She pretends to do her thing and then she will throw it in her potty and flush it. The only thing I have to do is get her attention long enough to actually go in the potty.I have known kids though that werent potty trained until the were 4 and I did know one that was a yr old( I only ever heard of that one child though).

Toni - posted on 12/11/2010

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My son didn't show an interest until the summer before preschool. He was 4. I potty trained late myself. I felt comfort in my diapers and so did he. When I told him that he couldn't wear diapers to school he began using the potty. He had been going pee in the potty but had bm's in his diaper. Once he found out school didn't allow diapers, diapers became a thing of the past. He wanted school more than diapers. =)

Megan - posted on 12/10/2010

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My daughter turned 2 August 20th. Started peeing in the potty October 16 and then poo'ing in the potty November 11. We let her go on her own and decide when she was ready. We had the potty for a nice while before she was okay with it. Now she will only use the big potty with her little seat placed on it!
I was not expecting her to be potty trained until closer to 3 to tell you the truth because of how much she absolutely hated the potty! I wasn't worried about it and didn't push it as long as she didn't go to kindergarten in diapers I was going to be happy!!!

Maggie - posted on 12/10/2010

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Both my boys were trained by two. The thing that got them interested in the potty was that I got some books and toys that were just for potty time. They'd sit on their potty (that looked like a frog) and read or play for 20 minutes at a time because they really liked those toys/books. If they actually used the potty then we sang and danced and celebrated. They would be so happy to get that special attention that it didn't take long for them to go potty every time.
My younger son still wears training pants at night but during the day he's dry and uses the potty every time.
I think what people don't realize is that kids will get interested in something if you make it seem fun and exciting. It's not a chore, it's FUN to pee in the potty. Plus, kids love attention so the more you celebrate the more they'll want to do it.

Krista - posted on 12/10/2010

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Wow. So many potty train so young! The fastest and youngest I had was my middle one, he was potty trained within two weeks of his 3rd birthday (during the day, still wet at night for a long time). Otherwise we hit 3 and a half and 4 before potty trained fully. Look at it this way, they won't go to kindergarten in diapers. Then relax. The less pressure we put on them, the faster they'll get it. Potty them at bathtime, first thing in morning, and if you can catch them pooping. But otherwise don't worry about it until they start staying dry regularly. You can let them run around naked at home, but you run the risk of accidents on the floor. When I really wanted them to get it, I didn't use Pullups (except at night. I had a bedwetter for a couple years. That isn't a big deal to me. It's the daytime that mattered.) I put them in underwear and let them feel when they were wet. Harder to clean when they poop, but way more effective. If you don't want to go thru a ton of pants, put on plastic pants over it. Most important, don't force it, and don't ever punish them for not, or for accidents. And relax. They'll be there.

Bailey - posted on 12/09/2010

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I tried to push my twin boys into potty training, and they were not fully trained until after their 3rd birthday. I took a much more relaxed approach with my daughter, and she was fully potty trained just a couple of months after turning 2. I think it's best to let them take the lead. Trying too hard to get them to do it only seems to make them resist, and it takes longer.

Loreen - posted on 12/09/2010

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I have twins, and my son was fully potty trained the week after he turned 2,but my daughter had no intrest in it untill a week before her 3rd birthday. she had accidents for the first couple of months, but does well now. She still has to wear a diaper to bed because she is a hard sleeper and does not wake up to go to the bathroom. They were 3 in June.

Kellie - posted on 12/09/2010

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My daughter has been potty trained since she was 15 months old. I started taking her to the bathroom when she turned one, because she would always want changed as soon as she used her diaper. She got the hang of it quickly it took about 2-3 days but say 15 months because that is when she stopped having accidents. She just turned 2 October 20th and is helping her younger brother who turned 1 October 20th learn to use the potty. He started showing the same signs as her of wanting to be changed as soon as he used his diaper so I knew it was his time for the potty as well.

Bonnie - posted on 12/07/2010

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My first son took his time lol. By the time he was almost 3.5 years old we kept telling him that he needs to be trained by September so he can start school. He really wanted to go to school so I think that kind of helped.

Amanda - posted on 12/07/2010

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I'm stressing a little bit right now because next yr my middle daughter who will be 3 in Feb will start preschool. Now they don't refuse a child if they aren't potty trained but I'm working with her right now to use the big girl potty. Using rewards, prizes treats you name it! She will do really good than stop! I was getting frustrated with her and my fiance said to take a break for a week and than pick it back up again. My oldest who will be 7 this month was completley trained by his 3rd birthday. My oldest daughter was right at about her 3rd birthday, and it really only took her a week to get it down! I was super lucky! My youngest who will be 2 next month has started showing a BIG intrest in the potty and ALWAYS wants to sit on it. So I let her and she will usually go! I'm worried that my middle daughter will get passed up by her baby sister, and not be potty trained by her 3rd birthday! I don't think there is a right or wrong age, I think every child is different. But I also think it takes a lot as a parent to encourage and be patient. Patience with me is tough, I also do inhome daycare and there's constantly kids here, so I don't get the one on one with my middle daughter. But I think it's instinct when they start going. I'm going to start again with her next week, and use Dora as a bribe lol...she likes her and I'll use that as my ammo! Maybe find something they really like and use that! I didn't have to with my older 2 but every child is different! Hope that helps!

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My oldest was just past her 2nd birthday when she just quit wearing diapers. she's almost 10 now.
Middle daughter was around 18mo when she quit daytime diapers - she wanted to be like her sister. We are however still battling her wetting the bed, she is almost 8.
Youngest was trAined just after her 2nd birthday but a camping trip with a non potty trained 3.5 year old made her quit. If she doesn't have to, then I don't either. ARGGH!!! It took another 6 months or so to get her back on track. She does wear trainers at night, just in case (she's also on a medication that puts her to sleep). She's almost 5.

BUT, I did also use cloth for all three from birth to potty. With the odd disposable

Cindi - posted on 12/07/2010

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Both of my girls did not show interest until right after turning 3. I tried earlier with them, but then I just let it go and one day they were ready. I don't know what the turning point was, both of them just decided one day they did not want to be in diapers! After that they were pretty good to go. Don't stress! Remember, they are not going to walk down the aisle with diapers on. LOL!

Candi - posted on 12/07/2010

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My son was 17 months. He is a gifted child(now 11 yrs). Never had an accident. We did put pullups on him at night, but he woke up with them dry every morning. He hated the wet feeling. My oldest daughter, 16 months younger than my son, potty trained herself at 2. She wanted to be like her brother. SHe wore the pullups in case she had an accident, we ran out, i sent my husband to the store, he brought back diapers! (MEN!!) My daughter looked at them and said "I am not a baby and I am not wearing diapers!" and she didn't. She wore her brothers underwear for a week and we realized she was serious. SHe never had night time accidents either. My youngest was aout 2 1/2. She knew she was starting school at 3 but HAD to be potty trained, so she started using the potty. Luckily none of my kids were bedwetters. Some of my friends have horror stories of their little ones peeing in every bed in the house at night and on the couch, in the closet, in the floor, etc. I wish my dog was as good at peeing in the right places as my kids were!! All kids are different, don't rush it. They will learn at their own pace. THe more it is forced, the more they will resist. I know some kids who were potty trained before their first birthday. I don't know how they did it, but they did! Some kids are still in first grade having accidents at school. Good Luck

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My daughter trained at about 2 years 4 months. I never really worried about it, I just introduced the potty to her and put her in panties when I knew we'd be home all day. There were a lot of accidents. One day she went on her own, and that was pretty much it (still with accidents, mind you). Now at 2 years six months, she's 95% accident free, though she still wears pull-ups at night.

Now, with that said, I have a friend with a 3 year 2 month old that is not yet trained. However, this child can correctly identify all her letters and number and speaks like an adult. My child still babbles, though her speech is improving rapidly.

It's so cliche, but it's true, every child is different. There really is no "normal."

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