how do i make him pee in the toilet

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

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my son is 3 and he is completly potty trained and he cant alway make it in the toleit i know it is his aim he always pee on the floor behind the toilet how do i get him to improve his aim please help im tired of cleaning pee

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Shirley - posted on 10/22/2009

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I found on the net whilst searching for a potty for my daughter, a "target" for boys to aim into the toilet bowl. I found it on the web site www.babykingdom.com.au It is a target that you put into the toilet bowl, it is black and when the urine hits the target a picture is reveiled lol. There are different pictures like a firetruck, or teddybear etc, and when you flush the toilet the cold water turns it back to black. I couldn't stop laughing!! I told my husband that this was going to be his next birthday present lol. Have a look at the product, you may not be able to get it directly from Baby Kingdom as it is an Australian store but if we have it here you must have it where you are.

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hi with my son i put some little plastic balls down the toilot and asked him to see if he could wee on them he loved it and never missed just make sure he doesnt try and flush lol

Michelle - posted on 10/22/2009

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my auntydid this, much to her land lords amusement, but she drew a bullseye target in the loo with permanent marker!!!! it was funny to see that everytime you went to the loo but it worked a treat, and its what ill be doing with my son when hes ready to use the toilet!!

Lori - posted on 10/10/2009

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I know this might sound like a waste of money ,but put Cheerios in the toilet and tell him to hit them. Thats what I did worked great.

Heidi - posted on 10/10/2009

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i was having the same issuewith my little man & being a MOM wasn't quite sure what to do. i tried the cheerio's in the potty so he could "aim" but found it worked better if i told him i wanted to see his 'bubbles'! now he thinks it's great fun to see how many bubbles he can make! we celebrate with high 5's.

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