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Oct 21, 2008


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Those words terrify me. I don't want to potty train, EVER. My kids are going to college in diapers.
I think I'm going to try to do them both at the same time since they're only 16 months apart. I hear girls are easier to train so since my youngest is a girl, hopefully they'll both be emotionally ready at the same time. We'll see.


I'm in the throws of it, but maybe because mine are in daycare, who have done it a million times, (and have not yet found a child who does not learn how to use the potty!) I'm not finding it too awful. My oldest is 2 yrs 8 months and at the moment she wears underwear when she wants to, or pull ups if she prefers. She asks for a diaper to poop, but is basically pee pee trained now. If I want to go out for an extended period with the kids, or take a long car trip I just put a diaper on her, or bring a travel potty and a change of clothes. Maybe I'm dragging it out longer than I need to, but I can't bring myself to waste a precious weekend stating at home by the potty!

Cara Fox

Yes, yes, I am lazy. But Boy #1 potty trained himself in a day or two and that was it - no Pull Ups, no nighttime accidents, nothing. In retrospect, I wish I'd gone that route with Boy #2. He was showing signs of readiness before he was 2 1/2 so I jumped on the potty training bandwagon thinking it would be easy with him because he is such a compliant child. Yeah, not so much. 9 months later, we've graduated from Pull Ups at night, gone back to Pull Ups during naps and night because of too many accidents, and we probably have two daytime accidents a week. Not counting the times I have to rush him to the potty out of exasperation because he has been doing "the potty dance" for two hours, but won't take the initiative to go by himself. UGH. Boy #3 is SO potty training himself - don't care how old he is.


I think we will start our daughter in the next few months. What are the signs that they are ready?
I will look forward the the Essential Bunching Potty Training Supplies!



I have a 26 month old girl and a little boy who will be 1 in November. They are 15 months apart. I think if I hadn't had a newborn when my daughter was around 18 months old she would have been trained by now. But you can't change those things.

Sometimes I think she is ready and then other times I don't. It's hard to give her the consistency she needs right now in order to get her potty trained. We just bought land and are now going through the whole process of buying the modular to put on it. I am a SAHM, but I also take part time classes at the local community college, so dh looks after the kids during that time. He's not so great on keeping things consistent. I just got my almost one year old on a good eating schedule and only having 3 bottles a day. I think when my classes are over in December that I will try to potty train. That will give us about a month to get her on a good schedule. If it doesn't work, we will just try again later.


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