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Post by Kirsten on Mon 2 Jun 2014 - 12:29

How, where, when...help!!!
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Post by Joleen on Tue 3 Jun 2014 - 9:35

I started my kids the summer that they were two around two and a half to be exact. I kept sending them to the toilet every half hour or so especially after they had had something to drink. It did not take long and then they grasped the concept. My daughter slept with a nappy and after a week of waking up with a dry nappy I put her into panties. In all the time I think she had two "accidents". Both cases she woke up and changed herself in the dead of the night. My son, was a totally different story.
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Post by Lilly on Tue 3 Jun 2014 - 10:02

D trained just after his 2nd bday (26months to be exact) started potty training in the summer (January) and within a week he was completely off day nappies and about 4 months later he went off night nappies. 2 maybe 3 accidents.

W is almost 4 and still not potty trained, hoping to have him potty trained by the end of the year.
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Post by Zee on Tue 3 Jun 2014 - 10:11

I tried potty training my son at 2 but was a disaster. Tried again at 2.5 and within a week he was wee trained. A week after that, poo trained and off with day and night nappies at once. Never wet his bed once. My younger son just turned 2 and even though he shows signs of readiness, asking me to 'change him' after he has made a poo, Im not even gonna bother until he is 2.5. He has weed in the potty a few times and grabs the concept but I know what worked with my first son so Im sticking to that.
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Post by Zee on Tue 3 Jun 2014 - 10:12

Oh yes, read up on Dr Phil's potty training advice.....that is what worked for my son!!!
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Post by Kirsten on Tue 3 Jun 2014 - 10:14

Thanks ladies.

Abi is 16 months now and I thought it was too early to start her. Will revisit the potty training in January again.
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Post by Haz on Tue 3 Jun 2014 - 10:58

Just take her with you to the toilet everytime you wee, I did that and told D I needed to wee, then in summer, I let him run around naked in the garden... We didn't really "potty" train as such, whenever we went to the toilet (DH and I) we also took him and let him try to go...

It worked very well he eventually just took his nappy off and went to wee.

With night nappies, I read that you needed to wait a few days for a dry nappy in the morning, it never happen, D just told us he didn't want a night nappy. We haven't had any accidents at night and maybe 3 during the day.


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