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    Default Anyone else toilet training?

    it's the pits. I HATE it! lol. I think it's the hardest stage even with teething.

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    Yep I agree. It sucks absolute balls.

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    About to embark on it for the second time with DD who turns 3 in 2 weeks

    Not looking forward to it!

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    Yep just started toilet training our ds who is 2. It totally sucks! Our first didn't show any signs of being ready till nearly 3 and then was done in a week but ds2 who is only just 2 is showing all the signs of being ready now (and has been for awhile) but it's been pretty hit and miss so far.

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    We have been for a while now ans it's been really quite hard and then easy and then hard!

    My DD still has a massive aversion to poo'ing on the toilet. We have the wees down pat and have for ages.

    We haven't started to night TT yet. My DD is 3 next week.

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    We started with my son as he was showing signs that he was ready.

    We got the potty and he wanted to sit on it a lot then he did a wee and it was all exciting but since then it's almost like he's scared of it. Won't go near it at all. I don't get it

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    I thinks it's the hardest moment of parenting so far. So much poo 😭

    DS has been using undies at home and daycare for 9 days now and it's very hit and miss. I'm not confident having him in undies for a whole grocery shop yet and still using nappies at night time.

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    Today is our 2nd day of toilet training ds2. Hes 26 months old and he had the pull up on. Came to the office and mumbled something and pointed to his crotch. He was dry..so up we ran to the potty and by the time I pulled tge pull up down he was wet. After that I put undies on but he didnt wee for a long time. Eventually I put him to sit on the potty and he wee'd in it. Yay.

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    It's taken 4.5 months but we have finally done it, I think. We had a few set backs with him getting sick and a few nights in hospital after an accident at daycare. But we haven't had a toilet accident for several weeks now and he is telling me every time he needs to go. I really hope that's it

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    I'm starting with DD, gently. She hasn't shown signs of understanding the process at all until now. She's done two wees on the potty purely by fluke (she's happy to sit on it, I think just because it's a novelty) but every time I ask if she wants to use it I'm met with a firm "no", which is the default response to everything atm whether she wants it or not! I've been having lots of nappy free time which today resulted in a wee and poo on the floor! She came and told me about it once she'd done it, she doesn't seem embarrassed or to have any issues with it at all. I asked her what she should do next time and she said "Go on the potty", but hasn't seem to have made the connection yet. I'm not going to push it because I'm so not ready, haha. We've had a lot of changes in our life recently (new house, starting daycare), so I'll just keep going as we are for now.


 

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