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    Hi, ds is showing some signs of nearing to be toilet trained. He is my first child so i'm just curious as to how to go about this? He's 20 months.

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    I usually start by taking them outside with no pants(back yard) and bring the potty. we have a play when they start to pee I try to encourage them to sit on the potty. I do this for a few days. After a few days you tend to know wether they're ready.
    I leave nappies on at night for ages, but some people don't what ever works for your bub.

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    Subbing. DS is 22 months and has been telling me that he's done a poop everytime he's done a poop so I bought a potty and he thinks it's a toy and just wants to play with it urrgg. Don't know how it's suppose to work @@

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    subbing to reply tomorrow as ive just successfully trained my 26 month old

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    Skip the potty and go straight to toilet. I did that with both mine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigRedV View Post
    Skip the potty and go straight to toilet. I did that with both mine.
    I agree with this^^

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    Yep agree with this! We used a potty to train DD and when she was trained and using the potty all the time she wouldn't use a toilet! Wouldn't even use one of the portable pottys so still had to put her in nappies to leave the house. It was like having to toilet train twice!

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    So do i just buy those toilet insert seats with the step??


 

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