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    we are having some issues with our 3 yr old, his finally doing wee's on the potty but has now made him self constipated, he dosnt wanna poop in his nappy but wants t do it in the potty but for some reason wont. and its driving us crazy coz he is crying and screaming about it, and i cant start potty training our 2 yr old till his potty trained because i dont wanna take the focuz of it of him, has anyone else had this prob and how did u deal with it?

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    We bought a Lupi Lu Dual Toilet Seat so our girls felt like big people and went to the toilet as Mum and Dad did, it made them feel very good. I bought mine on line at www.terramerino.com.au It firtted on to the bowl the same way as the original seat.

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    I would personally go ahead and train your 2 year old, it might do some good to take the focus off the older child. In my experience, my 2 year olds have been easier to train than the ones I have left until later.

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    ...and I agree, we much preferred the toilet seat on the actual toilet rather than the potty

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    Quote Originally Posted by Refresh View Post
    I would personally go ahead and train your 2 year old, it might do some good to take the focus off the older child. In my experience, my 2 year olds have been easier to train than the ones I have left until later.
    Was about to say the same thing and sometimes a little rivalry helps, cousin who is 3+ wasn't being cooperative about TT until my Miss 18mths at the time copped an eyeful of his potty, ripped her nappy off and gave it a crack. NOt to be outdone he started going too.

    I agree with training straight to toilet. Both DD1 and DSD (16) where trained straight to toilet but I seem to be surrounded by 3yr old boys on potty's so DD2 wanted one . . . ugh, now to TOILET train after she self potty trained. I'm sick of cleaning up messes, she likes to 'empty' the potty herself

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