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    Default My Son Keeps Peeing On The Floor!


    My son is 3 and I'm having trouble TT him. He is starting pre school next Jan so I need him to be TT by then! I live up in the NT so he can run around with no pants on all the time. I put cloth training pants on him during the day and pull ups when we go out.

    He is absolutely petrified of a potty so I ditched that idea. He is open to sitting on the toilet and I have a seat with a ladder attached. Rewards don't work, incentives don't work, buying undies doesn't work.

    He can tell me when something is coming and he can tell me where wees go ie the toilet. When he does a wee he gets a bit upset. He will not do any wee on the toilet. He just keeps ****ing on the floor. It's driving me nuts...I'm not going back to nappies as I used cloth and he is wetting through them so they are at full capacity. If I go back to nappies it will say yes you win and it will take longer.

    I'm at my wits end!

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    Some kids take longer than others. Maybe he's just not ready yet? Maybe try again in a few weeks?

    I really don't think TT is something you can push if they're not ready.


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