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    Default Another toilet training question!

    Hi everyone another thread about toilet training gave me heaps of helpful tips, but have some questions of my own, hope to seek some advice
    DS is 2 years old, only tells me that he's done a pop after he's done a pop. He's not good at pulling his pants up and down and every time I try to show him the toilet he just cries and screams. He doesn't mind sitting in dirty nappy and is always a mission to get him to change his nappy.
    Recently he's got in the habit of taking his nappies off and hide in the bedroom and pee on the floor. But if i take him to the toilet he just freaks out and cries.
    What can I do? Should I wait a bit longer?

  2. #2
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    Sep 2009
    North Brisbane
    Have you tried a potty? Some kids are way too overwhelmed by the toilet at first. Otherwise he may not be ready yet. Sometimes boys tend to be slower at understanding the concept of it all. I know mine was and had to wait till he was 3 before I had success.


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