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Toddlers: The Mumsnet Guide - advice and experiences from parents who have been in your position and lived to tell the tale!
Decided to put him & dd (2) in pants today and see what happened, timer every 20mins for a sit on the loo, sticker & a choc button.All in pants until just how he pooed sat on the toilet!!More luck of timing than planning but still.Needed to share as am home alone with the 2 of them an they've already realised I'm crazy with my singing & dancing reaction
That's fantastic. I have a 7 year old who I can't convince to sit on the toilet. Great to hear a success story. Well done your ds!
He has been so scared of it for ages.First perched on the edge, then persuaded him to 'wriggle back', then only yesterday got him to sit on the downstairs loo for the first time.He's loving the bribery rewards of Thomas stickers and choc buttons. He gets 5 of each for any success, just 1 of each for each sit.The last sit he managed to squeeze (sorry if tmi!) a little more poo out for another 5, cheeky sod.I've been keeping track and I know he's due another wee so hoping we can catch it for more rewards.DD, who I thought would get it quicker so far must be holding for Britain! (though I did put her in a pullup for her nap which was cheating I know)
That is very good news indeed! Congratulations.
Thanks Now for Day 2 ...
Hope day 2 goes well, tut well done your ds for such a big achievement, I'd be grinning like a loon too
That's brilliant, well done to your DS
well done to your son .
No actual 'hits' so far today, but, he went to his mini-footie in pants and had no accidents He wouldn't sit on a strange toilet in the sports centre but did stand and try for a wee (advantage of being male)
No success yesterday but a wee in the loo today And he's really understanding the language, system, etc. I very impressed with him.
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