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... Buy many pairs of underwear and be ready to do extra laundry. Be ready to be woken up in the middle of the night with "Mommy, I had an ascident". ... (4 replies)
... trained, and if there are no underlying health concerns, I would definitely venture to say he's doing this for attention. ... (4 replies)
... It sounds like she is just not ready. Don't sweat it. It will happen in its own good time. There really is no need to even "train". Let her see you go from time to time, talk it up once in awhile and buy her some cute undies, then let her tell you when she has to go. ... (9 replies)

... I have to say that potty training my son was so much more time consuming, harder and frustrating than potty training my daughter! ... (4 replies)
... I posted this reply to a similar question. It's lengthy but could be helpful. ... (1 replies)
... trained" my 4.5 yr old son. He is my third child so I had opinions about this topic when "training" began. ... (4 replies)
... After reading that, I say to heck with the neighbors. ... (10 replies)
... My oldest so wasn't to hard to potty train. Its kinda funny how I got him to go potty. I was pregnant with my second child. They couldn't tell if the baby was a boy or girl. My son wanted a little sister really bad. ... (8 replies)
... Kids potty train in so many ways it is just like their personalities no two kids are alike. I have four kids and it was VERY different with each one. my 9 yr old son and 5 yr old daughter being the easiest. ... (20 replies)
... It sounds like your oldest doesn't want to spend time with this other kid anyway, so it ought to be easy enough to avoid that whole situation. ... (4 replies)
... Another thing you might do is start talking about things your daughter will be able to do when she is a big girl, and really play it up. ... (3 replies)
... Sounds normal to me. The average age for completing toilet training is 33 mos for girls and 36 months for boys. ... (3 replies)
... away, put him in time out, given him cold baths and now we have tried potty training him. He does well on the potty but he doesn't understand that he is suppose to go to the potty when he has to go. I'm sure he is just to young to understand the potty training part. Just yesterday he was in his room playing with toys. ... (7 replies)
... I'm sure you've heard this before, but have you tried little rewards for her if she does go pee in the toilet? ... (2 replies)
... the first thing you ought to do is talk to your husband and get united on how you are going to raise your children. if he is extra hard on your children, it might be because you are too soft on them.... which probably is a result of him being too hard.... ... (6 replies)
... I do try to take time out of every day to spend with him, whether it's just pulling out crayons and paper and coloring or sitting in his room playing with his cars. ... (3 replies)
... I promised her a toy if she not have wet diapers for a week. It doesn't work. These days kids have everything anyway. ... (12 replies)
... she is so fed up with her diaper that she takes it off herself. She started this recently, so we decided to introduce the potty chair today. ... (4 replies)
... year old doesn't want to make the effort to go potty on the toilet. If I push the issue, she gets worse. But some times, she will go all day until bed time using the toilet. ... (9 replies)
... No you should definatly not feel guilty about leaving you child for a day. I also dont think you should listen to anyone elses critisisms about your parenting. ... (10 replies)

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