I already wrote a post about our dd. She has been potty trained for a month and it was relatively easy. She's just started to have more accidents with # 2s though and is down to 50% success. Granted, all these accidents have happened at home or nursery and not out and about.
BUT ~ we're going to Copenhagen for 5 days next week and I am not sure what to do. We will be out and about everyday and perhaps won't always know where the nearest toilet is as soon as my dd needs to go. She's pretty good about holding in wees but I am sure her poo problem is due to her not recognising the signs that she needs to go before it is imminent.
Should we pack a potty? I suppose it wouldn't be too difficult to wrap the potty in a bag until we found a toilet to empty it in. Trouble is, I don't want to encourage her to do wees in the potty when we're out and about, as those are messier to carry around. Any ideas?
Ds almost never tells us he is going to wee or poo so we take him to the loo when we think he needs it (very regularly). It's stressful but it works about 90% of the time. So you could stop asking her to tell you and just take her for the duration, or use pullups and still take her but have the extra insurance.
Only problem is my dd seems to have the most irregular bowel movements I know of! If I go out with her I do make regulated trips to the toilet with her but sometimes she'll have a wee and then 10 minutes later need a poo.
I guess we'll work it out once we're over there. I hate to go back to pull-ups because she ends up wee-ing in them.
Hi Beatie. DD has just been potty trained too. When I go out now I just take the potty with me, and if she needs to go I find somewhere discrete for her. She hasn't done a poo when out, but I have a carrier bag for the potty in case she does, but wees I have just put down the nearest drain. The travel potty looks good though.