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    You say that he is 100% trained at daycare but does he actually poo at daycare? I know lots of kids who will hold thier poos till they get home and get a nappy on. I can understand the frustration but it is perfectly normal and you are not failing as a parent. Hang in there, its very frsutrating!

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    I feel for you. My son was exactly the same. I tried everything and then just decided not to pressure him any more. I've finally did it in his own once I stopped asking. Totally toilet trained himself in the end. I was literally pulling my hair out feeling like a failure. I think they just do it in their own time. Hugs to you!!

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    I had this issue when training my Ds. What worked for me was letting him run around bare bummed. He seemed to equate undies as nappies but when not wearing anything he would say "need to do a poo" and take himself off to the toilet. It would often take him the entire day to actually do one, after sitting and trying a dozen times. He likes to be alone when he goes to the toilet, has a seat all set up and will yell out when finished. Worked better than me hovering I found

    We did spend loads of time bare bummed at home for those first weeks. Oh and a treat was a must for us, I give him a lollipop which is a massive deal for him. He has a suck and then forgets about it and I put it back in the fridge for the next day

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    Thanku for all of ur ideas and it's reassuring to know I'm not alone! I have a 10 wk old who is taking up most of my time ATM! I might try the bare bum thing!


 

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