how to potty train ur kids?

Crystal - posted on 07/16/2009 ( 7 moms have responded )

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my daugher is 2 1/2 and she will poop on the potty but will not pee on it i have tried runing the water while she is on i have trying doing things while she is on the potty i tried putting her on the potty every 30, 45 mins and she will sit there for like 5 mins then want up then like 5 to 10 mins later she will pee,when she does actually potty on the potty she crys like she did something wrong i try to praise her i try give her things i dont know what to do i know she knows she peeing when she has to pee she will stand and open her legs up a lil then pee and by the time i get to her she is done and i would just take my time with it but i feel bad becuz she can change her own diaper and thats sad.... please help

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Becky - posted on 07/18/2009

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Try saying the potty is thirsty, That help mine they thought it kept it from hurting. It may or may not work. Do a little cheer may sound corney but go pee pee go pee pee or make up a pee pee dance. Hey your dealing with a child think like them hope it helps and works out

Laurie - posted on 07/17/2009

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I bought a book when my first was 10 months old. It suggested I started training when she started walking...That turned out to be a week after her first birthday. I put her potty in front of the TV while her favorite show Barney was on. If we went outside to play, it came with us. I kept her in her big girl panties all the time. (Sometimes inside she would run around naked. When she went, we would give her either stickers or Lolipops..(which was a real treat because she wasn't allowed candy)But she was trained through the day by the time she was 15 months old. Night-18 months.(By accident,,,I ran out of pull ups 1 night and couldn't get to the store..) I wasn't so forceful with the next 2. I kinda let them do it on their own. But it really never got to the point where there was a problem with them either. If there was,,,I would have done what I did with my first daughter. But,,,it would have been harder if I had to work. I stayed home with her so this method is definitely not for all moms. Good Luck :0)

Daniela - posted on 07/17/2009

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My son was around 2 1/2 when he told me that he didn´t want his diapers any more. But he never went on his potty so I tried to sit him on his toilet seat - and that was it. He just didn´t like sitting on a potty and when I finally allowed him to go to the toilet he felt "bigger" and it worked out great.

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for our 2 yr old, we had the potty in our toilet and every time we went she went to. it worked really well for her. fully toilet trained by 19 months. try using a toilet seat instead of a potty. good luck.

Crystal - posted on 07/16/2009

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On thing that we did was a potty chart. It worked great for my son. We would put a sticker on the chart for every time he went and award him with a DVD (not toys) once he completed a week. The poo poo fairy is a long story and I was at my wits end.

Jalisa - posted on 07/16/2009

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try putting her on the potty first thing in the morning (right when she wakes up)and b4 she goes 2 sleep thats when most people go pee pee thats what i do with my little girl she is 1

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