potty training

Tyrina - posted on 10/11/2009 ( 5 moms have responded )

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my little girl she is 2 years old she shows me signs she is ready to be potty trained then she pulls back i have 2 boys they were easy please help what can i do?

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Amanda - posted on 10/12/2009

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Just keep trying and don't give up. My daughter is now three. WHen she was two and she showed signs I started potty training. She did very well. Her father decided he didnt want to mess with it so he put pull ups on her. She back tracked but if you get her excited about it it will help. WIth my daughter I got her a piggy bank and told her each time she went to the big girl potty she would get a quarter to put in her bank and when she got enough she could go to Mc Donalds with it. I also mentioned that big girls use the big girl potty and she wants to be a big girl so that has helped as well. The biggest thing is patients. Don't get upset with her or she will just back track more.

Sharon - posted on 10/12/2009

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Iagree with Ginger,sit on the bigger toilet while she sits on her pooty, thats how I started my eldesst daughter, now she is 2yrs and two mnths and she is completly off nappies

Shannon - posted on 10/11/2009

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Quoting Tammy:

Wow! I have 2 girls and they were trained before they were two. They were very easy; however, now that I have a son, I find him difficult to train. He's three and does very well going to the potty in daycare, but at home, he says NO!



My son does the same thing! He never has an accident at school, he even sleeps through nap fine in his undies. He will be 3 next month. At home he will go most of the time but usually he just pees his undies. He also has never went number 2 on the potty but always in his undies! I have 3 girls that were so easy but having a hard time with my son. Any suggestions would be great.

Tammy - posted on 10/11/2009

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Wow! I have 2 girls and they were trained before they were two. They were very easy; however, now that I have a son, I find him difficult to train. He's three and does very well going to the potty in daycare, but at home, he says NO!

Ginger - posted on 10/11/2009

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Have her use the potty chair, while you use the bigger toliet. That is how I started with my youngest daughter. She very interested in it. Also if she goes I she get a jelly bean(potty beans) everytime she goes.

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