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    We tried to talk to our ds about going to potty before bath or bed but when he was in the bathroom with a potty there he was carrying on and was almost getting upset. I don't know what to do

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    DD went through that phase too. I just took it as a sign she wasn't ready. I completely removed the potty from sight & didn't mention it for a couple of weeks, then tried again

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    If in undies and wets himself what does that mean? Not ready? I didn't ask him to go frequently?

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    I found it better not to ask if the child wanted to go to the potty/toilet. I made it more of a routine thing. when we wake up we go to the toilet, and wash our hands. when we are going to have lunch , we go to the toilet, and wash our hands. if we are out and we are going to eat, we go to the toilet and wash our hands. that is how I did it, so that going to the toilet was just a part of the normal days routine. not something that had to be considered and put to a question. marie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperGranny View Post
    I found it better not to ask if the child wanted to go to the potty/toilet. I made it more of a routine thing. when we wake up we go to the toilet, and wash our hands. when we are going to have lunch , we go to the toilet, and wash our hands. if we are out and we are going to eat, we go to the toilet and wash our hands. that is how I did it, so that going to the toilet was just a part of the normal days routine. not something that had to be considered and put to a question. marie.
    Ok, I'm happy to try that, today his wet his undies twice grrrr

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    Ok, I'm happy to try that, today his wet his undies twice grrrr
    Only twice that's great. Your doing well.

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    Twice is great! DD had nothing but accidents when we started! She wet herself probably 4 times a day lol, but we just said 'whoops! Next time remember your wees go in the potty!" and yeah, by day 3 she picked it up and was able to tell me before she needed to go.

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    No...I mean wet his undies and pants twice.....lol...his done nothing in the toilet

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    My almost 3yo DS will wee. We have him a massive drink, the iPad and sat him on the potty watching toilet training videos. Once we got one in there, we praised him. Wee is fine but refusing to poop now. Giving him a few more months before I try again but in undies all day and will sometimes have no accidents and other days 2-3. I think perseverance is key.

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    Update: my son is still having accidents grrrrrr
    I've taken everyone's advice except leaving him half naked....
    Had a poo yesterday in there and a wee today. But I don't think he knows.
    But he is aware when he wets himself.

    Don't know of his scared, his not not sending the signal or what,


 

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