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    Subbing Any helpful advice / experiences apprecited. We are going to start TT in January

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    My DD was 20 months and really interested in watching everyone go to the loo. We were heading to Bali 2 months later and I refused to have a toilet training accident on holiday so I put it off thinking she was too young anyway. Little did I know childcare caught onto her interest and I've never cleaned a poo out of undies, she just "got it" within days.
    The hygiene (or lack of) thing I wasn't prepared for though! Public toilets are awful, esp when at a park. I let her "bush pee" on the grass than go into some loo's. whilst in Bali my husband was mortified to find her washing her hands in the urinal when he took her to the loo. Ha!

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    Rose and Aurelia - my DS and DD sneak off and that's when the #2 business is going to happen, I'm inspired to follow them and directing them to a potty and get them use to that experience. My DS is very into copying anything and everything we do so hopefully he'll get the idea early.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tw1nmummy View Post
    Rose and Aurelia - my DS and DD sneak off and that's when the #2 business is going to happen, I'm inspired to follow them and directing them to a potty and get them use to that experience. My DS is very into copying anything and everything we do so hopefully he'll get the idea early.
    Lol. Both my girls poo about 30-40min after a meal and they have this poo face. So I took my 6mth old to the potty today and viola! Poo!! I hate cleaning poopy nappies.

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    I'm considering tt my 22mth dd. where to start? I'm also unsure cos she's 4 days at cc and 3 days with me.

    Do I just wake up one day and put knickers on? Potty or attachment to toilet? Rewards for pees in toilet?

    Or wait a bit??


 

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