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    14mths and she was only pooing on the potty. She would get distressed if she had to go in her nappy. Started wees at 18/19 months and now at 20mths she is toilet trained during the day, all day naps and most nights. We do have the occ wet night but as she is in a cloth nappy she let's us know pretty quick and we put her on the toilet and change her if required.

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    20 months seems about average fully trained for day time and most naps

    best to be child led and not make it a big deal

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    The Supernanny said on her tv show that kids don't have bladder control before 18 months old, so don't push them before that age or you're setting them up to fail.

    I don't know if that's true or not, just sharing what I've heard

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    DS was toilet trained at 25 months using the 3 day method, and he was done by the first day (poo took the full 3 days though). Like any kid he has had times when he was too busy playing to go to the toilet and would have little accidents, but has been really good lately and always seems to make it in time now.

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    DS started training at 18months but I wouldn't say he was fully trained until about 2.5

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    Subscribing with great interest.

    My girls are 2 and showing no interest

    A tells me she needs to go before Poo's but nothing before wee's, & L still does both without flinching.

    They were both so 'advanced' (and still are in many aspects-numbers, colours, letters, talking, problem solving ect) but no interest in toilet training.

    Starting to fell like I've failed them some how.

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    My daughter was almost 3 before she showed any interest, but she's never had an accident. She is still in a nappy at night (she is nearly 4) but they are getting drier and drier. She went straight onto a toilet.

    My son is 21 months and tells me when he's done a poo. I ask him if he wants to sit on the toilet, but he doesn't.

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    DS is 26 months, we started TTing at around 22 months, but he wasn't ready then and he's not ready yet. If he's still not showing any interest in the next 6 months I will try anyway, but I'm in no rush yet.

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    From about one she would just sit every now and then in the potty. Never did anything. She would just sit when we went. When she was about 20 months she could tell us she needed to go and we would put her on and she would go.

    Toilet training started very early as just a this is what we do. We also put her in pull ups and just got her toilet educated.

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    Started using the potty at 15/16 months. Fully TT'd by 21 months. Regressed at 25 months at night time and at 26 months is still in nappies for nights but all day and naps he's TT'd ..


 

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