so many things that need work
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Connie - posted on 11/29/2013
kids learn best by imitation. maybe the tub is not the way to go. maybe you should let him take showers...as far as potty training... i honestly dont know. i found with all of my girls and with my nephews that there was a window right after they started walking that they showed an interest in potty training because they were able to see others doing it and we took advantage then. however like i said they learn the best through imitation. let him see others doing what you want him to do then let him know that that is the way big people do things and you may be surprised. I found that at this age they want to be more independent.
good luck and God bless!
Crystal - posted on 11/29/2013
Oh my gosh if you find a solution, let me know. I'm afraid the neighbors are going to think I'm trying to drown my son by the way he screams when I wash his hair. And potty training has become a sore subject in my home. My 4 year old will pee but will not poo in the toilet. I'm at a loss. Tried everything. Ready to pull my hair out and run away.
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