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    Default Toilet training help!

    My ds just turned 3, he can go toilet by himself, so seeing that the weather is nice, I started putting him in undies and shorts.
    Anyway, HE DOES NOT CARE if he wets his pants, he keeps on playing until I see that his pants are wet!
    I thought he would hate the feeling, therefore helping him want to go toilet.
    What do I do?!

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    Default Toilet training help!

    DS1 is 5 and is the same sometimes

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    How frustrating!

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    Default Toilet training help!

    Ok, seriously I need some tips. Ds is 3 (just turned) and we have the potty in the main living area.
    Every approximate hour I encourage him to use the toilet or potty and he runs away and refuses (sometimes he will if he wants a particular toy or movie). When he doesn't want to use it, he does it in his pants.
    What do I do?
    What do I say?

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    Default Toilet training help!

    It's a little frustrating isn't it I was hoping to find some tips.. I try bribing my son with anything sometimes. We have tried a sticker chart that only worked for a week lol. Argh..

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    Default Re: Toilet training help!

    Sticker chart was our friend, but we did have to sit her on the toilet (not a potty, she hated that) every 30min for 3 days and make a big fuss when it worked and tell her it was ok with accidents.
    Other than that, sadly he doesnt seem ready so i wouldnt push it, give him a week off and try again. Keep a mop handy and lots of dry undies. Good luck.


 

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