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    Default Pee standing up

    Hi ladies, at what age did you train your DS to pee standing up?
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    My DS sat down to pee until he was at least 5 or 6 (he's now 7). It's messier once they stand up so I never encouraged it. He chose to naturally once he started school.

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    Ds1 is 3 and he pees standing up, he has never sat down. We noticed he had really good aim so we bought a plastic urinal thing that clips to the toilet and he's only missed once.

    ETA he won't sit on a potty or get on the toilet so I'm glad we found this alternative!
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    We pee standing up if he's outside on grass he won't use a toilet yet. He sits down on potty

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    DS is 3.5 and I have got him to try pee standing up on the shower but it's just goes down his legs. I think the pressure is not strong enough lol.
    So I don't think he's ready.

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    4. Only coz I didn't want him to sit on public toilets.

    The mess at home is the same for me coz he allows it to drip off his willy rather than miss his aim.

    Charming, boys peeing.. Isn't it???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Purple Lily View Post
    Ds1 is 3 and he pees standing up, he has never sat down. We noticed he had really good aim so we bought a plastic urinal thing that clips to the toilet and he's only missed once.

    ETA he won't sit on a potty or get on the toilet so I'm glad we found this alternative!
    Where do you get the aim thingy from? Wondering if it would make my ds2 more interested in TT??

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    @misho I bought it off eBay for about $10. Of you type in toddler urinal a few listings will come up

    Ds1 has a bin he keeps his bath toys in and every shower he would aim his wee into it and I remember somebody mentioning the urinals so thought it would be a better idea for him.
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    Here's a pic of what it looks like:

    1409298308849.jpg

    It came with a suction thingy to attach to the wall or a clip to attach to the toilet so we use ours on the toilet

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    He has always stood up.


 

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