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Potty training - should I give up this time round ?

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    Glad to report some progress. My boy wet his pants a bit, then run to the toilet, and finishes off there!

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    Thanka2, I like the matchbox tcar idea. My boy loves them, and it would also satisfy my toy-buying interest:)
    Nicole, I also like your idea. Am thinking of trying it too, now that I know your daughter also said no. The slight problem is that we are leaving here in less than 3 months, might be a bad time to start. But might take it little by little.

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    It took me two week even with the no nappy wet floor approach...keep going. Make sure you tell him "not on the floor must wee wee in the potty / toilet" very time he has an accident. Keep going you're probably more than half way there...

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    Jenn - I would just go for it. Three months is a long time for them when they are so little. He may be completely trained in that amount of time!! And if not, you can continue when you move, might be a bit of a bump in the road but shouldn't be TOO bad...

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    Boys do take longer and as long as they're introduced to it, little by little they'll grow used to it. My son is 3 now and is OK with peeing but the pooing is still not there yet. He insists on pooing in a nappy. I haven't been too harsh as I know my son doesn't like being 'forced' to do something he doesn't like so I don't want to make it a bad experience for him. This said, I will try to have him totally trained by the end of this summer as he's starting kindy in Sept. I like the ice cream idea coz mummy can join in on the celebrations!

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    So much time and patience. I donor know why pooing always the hardest

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