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son not potty trained is starting nursery soon but i forgot to ask them about this?

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lazyminimoo Wed 19-Nov-14 22:58:52

my son is nearly 2 and not potty trained i havent even started to try to do that yet i dont think he understands he dosent seem aware of when hes doing a wee even , will the nursery staff change his nappy? i registered him at one he gets free hours i registered him back in august and forgot to say hes not potty trained, they didnt ask me an i didnt even really think about it at the time he is meant to start in january , he cant really talk much yet either he is a slow developer , do they change nappies of toddlers???

LittleBearPad Wed 19-Nov-14 23:24:42

Yes, both nurseries my dad has attended have changed nappies. It should be fine but give them a call to check.

SoonToBeSix Wed 19-Nov-14 23:31:08

Yes they will change him don't worry. Very few children are potty changed before the age of two.

lazyminimoo Wed 19-Nov-14 23:48:49

thanks very much i just worry as i understood they must change nappies of babies but toddlers who will kick about and not always make it easy to change their nappy i was not sure about that , i just hope he gets on ok at nursery and sorta feel bad for sending him in a way when he cant yet talk put i suppose i can take him out if hes not happy there or the staff say hes not ok there

SoonToBeSix Thu 20-Nov-14 00:07:53

Don't feel bad for sending him, being at nursery will help with his speech and he will have a great time playing with the other children. My ds has just turned two and the nursery staff sing with him whilst changing him as he can make a fuss.

untitled Sat 22-Nov-14 14:25:04

I work in a school nursery in the two year olds room. All children attend 3 hours per day either morning or afternoon. We have a nappy changing room as most of the two year olds are still in nappies. We support toileting as they get a bit older and most are not in nappies before moving up to our 3/4 year olds rooms.

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