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    Started putting her on the toilet at 12 months and then trained her properly at 18 months. She is 21 months now and still wears a nappy at night.

    When I trained DD properly, I read the 3 day potty training book and the writer suggested that most kids are capable by 22 months if the parents want to give it a shot.

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    Day time 2.5 years, night time no nappies by 3.5 years.

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    18 months for daytime. DD is 26 months now and still has a nappy for nap and night sleeps.

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    I think about 2 years 8 months at home, 3 years out and about, out of night nappies just before 3.5. I wouldn't even call it "training" as such it was clear when he was ready for each stage and we just went with it. Saved a hell of a lot of accidents doing it so gradually!!

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    14mths dd1. 6mths dd2(EC).

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    3 yrs with both dd and ds, dd got it strait away but ds is only just getting the hang of it now at 3 1/2, it's been a long slow process with him.

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    Rose and aurelia when was your six month old fully tt?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hopefulmama2b View Post
    Rose and aurelia when was your six month old fully tt?

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    Dd2 is almost 1yo. She isn't fully TT but 8/10 nights she is dry and waits till I undress her and put her on the toilet to wee first thing in the morning. Or if she wets overnight she will demand to be changed immediately.

    She now crawls towards the loo when she wants to go. 9/10 poos are in there and the only time its not is if we are driving or I'm in the shower and can't get to her quickly enough.

    I'm not rushing TT completely but I'm reducing my work (we use cloth nappies) by introducing the toileting earlier. My aim tho is to have her mostly TT'd by Dec this year.

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    Ds was 2 and it was way too early for him IMO I should've waited till he was 3... He was completely out of nappies @ 3.5
    Dd is 14 months and I am goin to wait until she is ready.

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    DD was 18 months when we started. She "got it" within 4 days of starting. She was night trained by 19 months (she refused to wet in her nappy overnight and would wake up to go so I stopped with the nappies).

    DS is about 20 months, he asks to go on the potty at every nappy change and always does a wee on it. I want to try training him now but think it's too cold for him to be running around with out pants on so will probably wait until its warmer unless he has other ideas.


 

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