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    Quote Originally Posted by Maximum22 View Post
    So what, toilet train her! If she doesn't want to wear one why make her, toilet training is actually much easier around this age anyway, it's hot and great weather tiler her run around half naked whilst training... The average age for toilet training before disposable nappies was 18 months I'd say go for gold
    I second this. Especially with summer here! Just start leaving her nappy off, nappy rash heals itself if you don't have a nappy on their bottom at that age. I TT my two girls around this age, and I think it is a really good age, they are eager to please and really want to learn new things rather than being stubborn once they get to 2 and over . It is perfect timing for you both with her being 18months-2years over summer!

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