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Anyone out there with a DS who pottytrained before their DD?

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lucysnowe Thu 27-Feb-14 12:07:17

I really would like to pottytrain DS before he is three and goes to pre-school. But DD was very late, wasn't until she was 3+ before she got it. I know boys train usually are slower than girls but did anyone experience the opposite? Help, looking for positive stories! smile

ilovepowerhoop Thu 27-Feb-14 12:23:58

yes, dd trained by 2½years and ds was day trained by 2years as he showed signs of being ready.

lucysnowe Fri 28-Feb-14 13:23:30

Thankyou, ilove! Haha maybe it's just you though then smile I hold out hopes to get DS done and dusted by September.

Brewster Sat 08-Mar-14 19:47:31

My boy trained in 3 days at 1 month after his 2nd birthday.
having a really tough time with my daughter now though…

NickNacks Sat 08-Mar-14 19:49:00

Yes both ds1&2 were done before they were 2yrs old and dd was 2yr 7mths.

Shamoy Sat 08-Mar-14 20:03:17

Ds1 was nearly 3, ds2 was only just turned 2, dd is 2.7 and not near ready yet!

MoominsYonisAreScary Sat 08-Mar-14 20:05:15

Ive not had a girl but ds1 was 22 month s, ds2 2.6 and ds3 2.4.

ruthsmumkath Tue 18-Mar-14 16:23:28

My ds (dc2) was a piece of cake and potty trained day and night at 2 years 3 months, my dd (dc1) arghhhhh! 3 years 4 months and only pooed in her pants for 12 whole long months after that. Wasn't night trained til almost 7! Dd2 (dc3) is 3 years 4 months and still not trained - keep giving up - is impossible !!!

My girls were so much worse that my son. 2 months off having ds2 - would imagine he'll be potty trained before dd2!

Kath

lucysnowe Tue 18-Mar-14 21:40:14

Haha extra stories! sorry you have had woes but it gives me some hope I'll get DS done before he's three. smile Many thanks.

MyNameIsKenAdams Tue 18-Mar-14 21:41:44

My DM is a childminder who has my dd (2.3) and a little boy (2.1) and they are both potty training together atm and if anything he is picking it up better than dd is.

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