I don't have leprosy, but I don't have a BMW either.
I'd like to make a trade. I will train your little girl. You can train my gremlin. Deal?
PIECE O CAKE my friend. PIECE O CAKE.
When my kiddos had accidents (who knew potty training was included in teaching) I would always sing, "It's my potty and I'll go when I want to..." (to the tune of it's my party and I'll cry if I want to") My singing was bad enough not to encourage accidents but it was a nice pick-me-up that accidents happen.Also, I saw "Couples Retreat" last night and I love that the kiddo goes in the display toilet at the home store.
Good luck. You have a little girl right? Take comfort in that, at least she can't draw on the walls with her urine.
I'd leave a comment if I could remember how. Ha! Did! I'm guessing the young'un's behavior inspired your recent attempts? Go girls!
Let her spend the day with no bottoms on...worked for me 3 times. You also have my e-support. I suggest gloves and a mask and all the patience you can muster.
You don't have a boy. So, it'll be fine. For some reason, the boys in our family were afeard of the toilet.
Hope you like potty and poo. Good luck.
Sending happy e-vibes (or b-vibes for blog??) your way!!! Good luck.
As a veteran of three potty trainings, I will just smile to myself! One of my friends said, "'Potty Training in Only One Day' [or similar title] ought to be on the fiction shelf in the library!"Good luck.
well, i have NO KIDS and therefore NO EXPERTISE in this matter, but i'm still sending positive vibes your way.hope that's allowed.
My advice: underwear is disposable--no need to wash it out and gag when there is an accident (and there always are). So it costs a little more than a pull-up... who cares! Throw it out!!!
I agree with B. Sans undies works wonders. They realize what is happening (trickle, anyone?) much faster.Embrace the adventure!
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