I've spent a bit of time over the last year researching toilet training and I seem to get the same answer - wait until your child is ready. So I've waited and waited. Occasionally I try to encourage her, but she'll sit on the toilet for an hour, the wee the second she hops off!
The most alarming thing is that she doesn't even know when she needs to go - the other day she had a bath and was standing there naked waiting for me to dress her and she wee'd on the floor accidentally and got really upset.
I was fine about waiting for her to be ready, I don't let anyone put pressure on me to toilet train her, however DD1 is 3 years and 2 months old, DD2 is 18 months and we have another baby on the way, due in late April. I know I can't set time limits on toilet training, but I really don't fancy having 3 children in nappies if I can avoid it!
She doesn't want to wear undies, even the ones with Dora or Peppa Pig. I sometimes put her in the pull-ups but it doesn't seem to make a diffference. If I encourage her too much about going to the toilet she starts getting upset so I back off because I don't want it to be a negative experience. Am I being to soft? Or do I really just have to keep waiting?