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    Default Toilet training Q!

    Day 2 TT my almost3 yo DD
    so far going wl only 1 accident
    i often ask her and/or take her and she either goes or doesbt
    when will she recognize the wee urge herself to go off on her own?the more I take her and she goes and does wee will she eventually connect the feeling to going?
    Poo seem to be different as she can recognize that better
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    Hi there! Congrat's on the great start to TT! My DD was great with #2's but yes, I found I was contstantly taking her to the toilet instead of her suggesting it. But, yes, she will eventually connect it all together. The other way you can do it is instead of just taking her you can just remind her by saying "don't forget to tell Mummy when you need to go to the toilet" - sort of gives her a bit more power.

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    Default Toilet training Q!

    Give her lots of water to drink so that there are more opportunities to learn, and leave it longer. Or even wait until she has a full bladder. She may have an accident, but that is ok because you can rush her to the toilet and after a few times doing that she will learn the feeling herself.

    This is sort of the idea behind the 3 day potty training method that I used with DS (there's more to it than that though), and he stopped having accidents after just 4 hours and by the end of day 1 he was toilet trained.


 

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