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Parenting Issues and Concerns: to train or not to train, that is the question..........


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*M-tegsxx
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Fri, Oct 05, 2012 12:51am
to train or not to train, that is the question..........
hi cait is only 13 months and approx 3 weeks old. she hasnt pooed during night for months now and has remained dry through nite for past 3 days. i was curious so plonked her on potty(we bought a potty as was on offer for 50p/0.81 dollars in store and left around so she got used to it being around) and she sat there and peed. i wasnt planning on toilet training til almost 2 but i dont know if these are signs to start her off early? soooo confused :/ and trying to work out whether to bring potty with us to holiday tomorrow.xx
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GennRobertson
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Fri, Oct 05, 2012 4:52am
Ella started showing signs around the same age and was potty trained by 15 months!! Now she does the potty thing all by herself and lets us know when she is done.
I don't know if you want to spend time potty training while your on your holiday that is up to you.
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Fri, Oct 05, 2012 4:59am
lol thanks for advice, i just thought she was too young but something is telling me shes ready :/.told my partner not to as cant be bother to carry it to other end of country lol.xx
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Fri, Oct 05, 2012 5:44am
Sienna turned 2 in May.. she's fully potty trained. She started using the bathroom around 13-15 months old. By her second birthday she wasn't wearing pampers during the day. I still put one on at night cause Im terrified of her peeing on the bed LOL. But she always wakes up dry.
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Fri, Oct 05, 2012 7:36am
Ryder doesn't poo at night, but boy he pees like crazy lol. I've heard other parents say boys are harder to potty train than girls, i have no idea myself where to even begin! One issue i think i'll have with Ryder is this boy LOVES his milk. He still doesn not sleep all night, he wakes up 1-2 time for milk and a diaper change.

Good luck!
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Fri, Oct 05, 2012 7:41am
i heard that about boys too lol. cait has always been ridiculously fussy, if she pees while awake she cries til shes changed lol.xx
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Fri, Oct 05, 2012 1:50pm
Brooklyn started showing signs around 15 months so we went for it she stays dry all night long and she only poops in the potty she won't in her diaper anymore :) BUT she will be 2 tomorrow and for the life of me I can't get her to stop long enough to realize that she has to pee...we have tried panties and going naked but she don't care....so she still wears a diaper during the day.....ugh
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Sun, Oct 07, 2012 12:12pm
I slowly started Casey at 10 months after he started walking because he seemed interested and by 15 months he was potty trained during the day and by 18 months at night with a few accidents. And by two he has had no accidents and has been fully potty trained.
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Mon, Oct 08, 2012 5:20am
According to experts a child cannot control their bladder until they are at least 2 years old. So Teg, i wouldnt be in too much of a hurry to start. All my children were 2 and over before they were trained. Actually Kyle (the only boy and the eldest) was close to 3.
I think parents who potty train their kids earlier than the 'norm' are maybe looking to benefit themselves. Dont force your child to grow up, they dont stay small for long.
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Mon, Oct 08, 2012 6:48am
I know how you all feel! Gunner is really interested in his potty but i dont think he quite knows what to do with it... although i was at my moms house over the weekend and he went into her bathroom and put the big boy potty seat on the toilet and climbed up and sat there... so im not sure if i should start introducing him to it and letting him sit down on it naked and see what happen? He is growing up way too fast!!!
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