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What do you do when your child is reluctant to potty train?


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Sisterparent August 6, 2013

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Crying. Every time she cried I put her on the potty and when she peed I would cheer. At first she was confused but quickly got the hang of it. She was potty trained in about two months.


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jbyrd83 June 27, 2013

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sit them on the potty the moment they wake up in the morning and after nap. then once they start going then work on a schedule.


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Lillandbill July 16, 2012

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A schedule will help. Just say "ok its potty time." A schedule is one of the main reason kids seem to magically toilet train when they go to nursery school.


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ameliapdg March 12, 2012

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don't force him or her. every child is different. if he or she is ready she or he will let you know.


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ameliapdg March 12, 2012

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don't force him or her. every child is different. if he or she is ready she or he will let you know.


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MissSusan November 27, 2011

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Never take it too seriously. Using the toilet will happen when their ready, (their not going to college in diapers)! To help things along just keep the topic in conversations that your little one will overhear. It's all new to them so stay silly!


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Meandrews1968 July 18, 2011

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A spiderman toilet seat built into a regular seat, he picked out his spiderman underwater and spidie stickers and his spiffy step stool. And every two hours it was spidie time. With in a week, he was on his own Daddy took care of paper work. No prop


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JD99ROSE May 23, 2011

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My daughter trained for about a year before she got the hang of it. Stay committed! Getting stickers and big girl underpants were great rewards for her~


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bellarae12 May 14, 2011

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just be patient.it took me a year to get my son interested in trying the potty.then one day i told him to just try to pee and he did and he was soo excited that he wanted to do it all the time.within a few weeks he was totally potty trained.


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nansss April 14, 2011

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WAIT!!! It was the best thing I ever did. I tried and tried with my son, I finally just said "FORGET IT!" I was so fed up! He went to school (early childhood development center) and saw that his friends were doing i and with in two WEEKS he was done.!




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