my daughter will be two in a couple of weeks and she does not like a wet pamper but she will not do pee pee on the potty what do i do

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Kelli - posted on 04/21/2009

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I posted this in another topic but I'm sure it's worth repeating. At first I would have my daughter watch me go potty. Then I started to bribe her with fake tattoos, stickers and Dibs ice cream. At first I'd give her a sticker just for sitting on the potty. She eventually figured it out once she did we made a HUGE deal out of it and gave her lots of praise and prizes. She was motivated to go potty because she loved tattoos so much. She was trained by 2. If you find your child's favorite thing and only give it to her when she tries to potty I think it will work.

Kelli - posted on 04/21/2009

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I stated this in a different post but it worked for me so i'll say it again. My daughter was potty trained at 2. She always watched me go potty and seemed interested because she wanted to be like Mama. Then I started to bribe her. I would give her a tattoo(fake), stickers and a couple pieces of Dibs ice cream everytime she would go. At first I would give her a sticker just for sitting on the potty, she eventually learned to go and we made a HUGE deal out of it, lots of praise. From then on it was smooth sailing.

User - posted on 04/19/2009

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I started potty-training my 20-month-old and she caught on super fast once I just let her run around with her bum bare because she didn't like her pee going down her legs. She was definitely ready for potty!!

Samantha - posted on 04/19/2009

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My baby is almost two but whenever i go to the bathroom i take off her diaper and put her on the potty too. I found a really cool one at walmart its a princess one and it sings when they go pee so they really like that.also right when she wakes up i put her on the potty

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She still might be too young to use the potty...I'm not sure, but have you bought actual panties to see if she will wear them...that might make her feel more grown up and therefore want to try using the potty. This is a long process for a child to feel comfortable before they will be successful at using the potty. We used to have the potty in the living room as we have hardwood floors. So if she had an accident, it was really easy to clean up. We also had "The Potty Book for Girls" next to her potty among with other books so we or she could read them/look at them. Reward her as well with stickers and her fav food. The potty also fits on top of the toilet too. It will take some time, so be patient...never scold her if she pees on the floor...this is a huge learning curb for them!

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