Need Potty Training Tips?
So do I. I have 3 kids: a 2 year old, 1 year old and a 3 month old. Yes I know, I have my hands full. One of the most miserable parts of having this many children is the diaper situation. Now don't get me wrong, I love my children, all parents do. But the money sucking, time consuming, horrible smelling activity of changing diapers is what I dislike the most. When I had my first born I was so excited to change diapers it was sad. All the excitement of being a new father drowned out the reality of hunkering over a lump of doodoo at 6AM, after just getting cleaned and dressed and in the middle of rushing to work.
Now after doing that for nearly 3 years I have realized the luxury of a toilet and knowing how to use one. I can't wait till all three of mine are fully potty trained and I never have to deal with scraping chunks of poo off a baby bum again. I have recently began attempting the daunting task of toilet training my eldest son. Like most people my sources of advice and tips were from family, friends and the internet. My mother told me to just let it happen when they are ready. HA! What if they are not ready till they're five?! I have a friend whose four year old is still deathly afraid of the toilet and I've seen her deal with the stress of cleaning up her fussy boy. I couldn't imagine changing diapers and training pants for another 2 years. Another good friend of mine suggested using a reward system like stickers or extra play/park time. This seemed to work until my son decided he was mad and didn't want a sticker or anything else he knew I was using to get him to go potty. Smart kid :/ The internet has many tips for potty training, all of which seem to work but are never perfect, consistent solutions. Noticing the signs and running him/her to the toilet can be quite stressful and messy. And who wants to spend $50 on a potty chair that may not work no matter how "special" you make the chair seem to him/her.
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