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    Pretty good - thanks for asking

    All wees are now in the potty, and she's doing it by herself and remembering to pull her knickers down! The only (minor) accidents we've had have been when she's super tired and distracted, and she's been pretty upset about them.

    She won't go in her pull-up training pants when we're out, and insists on waiting for a toilet/ home. We've told her it's okay if she has to go, but she prefers to wait.

    Poos have been a bit harder. She didn't do one all day yesterday or today. By midday today she kept saying her tummy hurt, and was obviously in pain trying to go. She kept trying to do one on the potty, but couldn't. I suspect a combination of different diet over the Easter break, and holding on while out. Eventually I gave her a bath, hoping that might help, and she did one in there!

    Gave her lots of fruit today, and lots of water, so fingers crossed for tomorrow!

    I'd say we're 90% (or more) there with wees now, but not yet with poo! She doesn't seem to mind trying to do one on the potty, but hasn't had much success there yet. Open to ideas on that one..?

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    That's fab news.

    With poos. Let her see what poo looks like ie in a nappy or in the toilet. Doesn't have to be hers btw.

    That way it doesn't look scary and whenever you or your Dh go- talk about it and how good your tummy feels after.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rose&Aurelia View Post
    That's fab news.

    With poos. Let her see what poo looks like ie in a nappy or in the toilet. Doesn't have to be hers btw.

    That way it doesn't look scary and whenever you or your Dh go- talk about it and how good your tummy feels after.
    She has seen hers, as she gets excited if she sees that she's done a tiny bit of one in the potty - just seemed difficult for her to pass. I'm hoping now that the bath was - er - productive, she'll be able to go more easily. We've had those conversations with her, but agree we need to keep them up!

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