18 months too early??(5 Posts)
HT96 Mon 27-Apr-20 21:38:52
Lavenderpurple Mon 27-Apr-20 21:25:44
horseymum Mon 27-Apr-20 21:25:17
n1608 Mon 27-Apr-20 21:22:12
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If he is having a lot of accidents in the space of an hour then I would say he isn't ready.
We tried DD one day and she had a few accidents so decided to wait a bit longer 3 months later tried again and she has not had one accident and can hold it for a long time!
I would give it a go with no pressure or expectations. Children seemed to potty train a lot earlier years ago. I was 22 months and my sister was 19 months.
No harm in trying, if it doesn’t work try another time.
It's not that young, nappy manufacturers make people think this!
About 2 weeks ago I got a potty for my 18 month old son. I didn't plan on potty training anytime soon. Anyway I though I'll leave his nappy off for a hour before bath time see if he is interested at all. My son loves sitting on it and had a wee the first day. So every night I have done a hour without the nappy had alot of accidents but a few wee's on the potty. Is he ready or should I wait as Iknow not many people do potty training so young?
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