potty training

Dima - posted on 02/04/2014 ( 4 moms have responded )

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dear mums, really i need ur help. u know i always make my 2and half year baby girl to go to pee and she do it but at the sametime she does pee in her pullups, she doesn't tell me she wants to pee and that let me upset and angry what shall i do coz then i feel terribly bad why i get upset and angry on her

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Sarah - posted on 02/04/2014

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Again it is not u. It is her thing to succeed at not yours. Start by just taking her to the potty at certain times. I usually do right away when they wake up in the morning then right before nap and right after nap and right before bed or bath time. Don't worry if she goes in her pull up inbetween. When you start to notice that she is starting to stay dry at times between those times you take her then switch to underwear. Expect some accidents......it will take some accidents to allow her to figure it out. She first has to figure out the feeling that let's her know she has to go then she has to figure out how soon she needs to head to the bathroom. So you will have some accidents as she figures that out. A pull up is just like a diaper in that they can't feel the wetness like the do in underwear, But you have to wait until she is ready for underwear before jumping to that stage. She will get there you just have to allow her the time she needs to get there. It may take a few weeks or it may take a few months. In the long run it is not going to matter if she was 2 1/2 or 3 1/2 when she got trained. If you look at any 10 year old you are going to have no idea what age they were when they were trained.

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Dima - posted on 02/04/2014

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thanks sarah for this and i appreciated and hopefully i'll do my best not to get upset so again thanks for the advice

Dima - posted on 02/04/2014

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so how should i let her tell me she wants to pee in the tiolette not in her pullups. u know i feel bad that i can't succeed in this step

Sarah - posted on 02/04/2014

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You have to allow her to learn. It is her thing to master not yours. Right now you Are pushing it instead of encouraging. She may not be ready for what you are wanting her to do. It is like requiring someone to read before they know the alphabet. Your daughter has to learn her body and how to listen to her body. That takes time and only something she can do not you. Right now your daughter may not realize the feeling she gets when she has to go. It will come but you have to give her time to figure it out.

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