Does anyone else think the worst part of potty training is being stuck at home. What to do with toddlers at home when it’s cold ?????
my 2 year old recently started putting his hands in his pamper. he will lay down & put both hands in. it makes me upset mostly because he’ll pull his diaper low enough to have himself exposed so he can go potty on everything. when i ask him to stop, he will slap me. it kinda hurts my feelings a lot haha. since then, he slaps when he’s upset. he had gross motor skill delays & recently l... More
My 3 year old is completely pee potty trained but refuses to poop on the toilet. Side note:She will not use her little toilet anymore. She also goes to daycare and thats where she has almost all of her accidents. We have tried bribes of all kinds, taking TV/toys, (don't judge I'm old school) and scolding. I am at a loss. I don't know if it's residual set backs from before we got... More
she takes it off and then pees right after it’s off..and when she poops she take it off .. I try my best to be on top of changing her right after but she get impatient will I’m changing her sister....my mom told me I should start potty training her but isnt she to little to learn?
Anyone have tips for potty training?! My son is 3.5 and wants NOTHING to do with the potty. We have a potty that sits on the floor as well as one that goes on our toilet. He won’t do either one. He says he’s scared he will fall in. He’s very smart for his age. He doesn’t care if his diaper is dirty. He’s perfectly comfortable sitting in it to keep playing and will even lie to me if I ask him if... More
So I’ve seen a lot of potty training posts. My son is 4 and he’s been fully potty trained since he was about 2.. only thing is, is that he will only go on a potty if it’s at our house or if we lug around his little potty. He’s very shy but I don’t understand why he will go anywhere and everywhere if he has his own potty but not on a real one. We thought it was fear but now I’m just unsure. We’v... More