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    I tried once with ds at 24 months but he just wasn't ready, then one day he sAid I don't want to wear nappies anymore and that was that he went both poos and wees on the toilet. He had a step and one of those little seats We have had two day time accidents since. Training at night has been a different experience and he is still having accidents at four, not too worried about it though because if he has taught me one thing he will just get it when he is ready in his own time.

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