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    DS trained at 3. Tried earlier and it was a disaster. At 3 it only took 3 days. Now he's 3.5, no accidents. Definitely wait till they are ready. Less stressful for everyone.

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    DS woke up one morning and wanted to wear undies, he was about 26 months old. Very few accidents, he was not dry at night until he was a bit over 3 though.

    DD started asking to use the potty when she was 18 months old so I put her in undies, again, very few accidents. She was dry at night straight away too.

    Both of my kids got sat on the potty from a young age before their bath to try and catch wees (as soon as they had good neck/back control) so we both always aware of the potty.

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    DS toilet trained at 2.5 years, he really did it all himself so must have been ready. He is still wet at night though, hopefully that will improve soon, but no point stressing over it at this stage.

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    DS was out of nappies during the day at about 2.5 and he's been dry at night for around a year. He's just over 4.5 now. A lot of that was his own initiative, daycare helped a lot also with helping toilet training during the weekdays.


 

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