My little boy is only 11months old but learns quick he has been walking since 8 months and is now squatting whenever he does a poo. He is also curious about whenever my partner and I go to the toilet. I'm wondering if maybe he is ready and if so ant tips?
Thanks for the information. We have been trying to potty train our daughter for a few weeks now and I have been wondering whether we have been a bit too insistant. From your information, I think we will give it another few weeks before we start reminding her about the potty again.
i have two little boys 5 and 3. Both trained at approx 2 years. the method i used was to simply get a knowledge of their habits and then keep it in mind to ask constantly. both were very physically able to use our commode as it is a smaller model. after awhile we dropped the diapers and went straight to undies. there were alot of accidents at first with my first child. after awhile i developed a method of when he had and accident i would ask him to remove the soiled undies himself and look at them to show him what he had done. he did not like that very much. after he sat on the commode for a bit i would allow him to get up then i would ask if he wanted to put on the soiled undies. the obvious response was no. so i guess thru personal experience i taught him that going poopoo or peepee was not very fun and from then on after a few weeks of this he started to just go on his own with little to no incident. same method used on my youngest took only two days.
My first son is 41/2 and we have a 4 1/2 month old. He wants to teach his baby how to go on the potty already:) He was done w potty training by 3 he has had a few accidents here and there but for the most part when he was done he was done. We let him sit on his BIG BOY potty in front of the TV when he first started and praised him anytime even a drop came out. he loved the praise and thought it was a cool TV seat and he became very comfortable with it. Not saying it will work or is right for everyone but sometimes if you take some form one and some from another you make your own way:) Good luck to all and I hope the 2nd was goes as good as the first:)
Our youngest is 2 and we are desperately trying to attempt to get him to start potty training. He knows how to pull his pamper off or pull his pull-up down and take it off. He goes if we take him to the potty - but doesn't tell us when he has to. Instead, he walks up to us with poopy on one of his fingers and shows us! Patience..
My daughter is 3 days away from three yrs old. She is doing amazing in potty training, however things tend to slide when she has to do #2. She doesnt tell me, and she hides in her bedroom. Patience is a virtue with this new task she is learning.
My daughter is just 2 and she shows all of the signs that you say there, but she dosen't speak that much yet will that create problems with the prosses of teaching her how to potty train?