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Need help with potty training - 09-12-2005, 08:28 PM

No not me, I mastered it years ago. But, my daughter is going to be 4 in Nov. and although she will pee on the potty, she will not drop the duece in there. She grabs a pullup from the linen closet and goes in there. We have tried rewarding her, bribing her, showing disappointment. My niece has even showed her. Anyone have any advice?


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Wow dude, it sounds like you have done the traditional approaches. An older child showing them often does the trick.
How about hiding the pullups so they are no longer an option. Take them out of the equation and she will have to find an alternative. You might have her sit on it every time Mom sits down too, even if she doesn't have to go. That might alleviate any fear she might have. Avoid the disappointment if you can. Trust me, it will haunt you one day.
Now that my girls are self sufficient, I beat my head on the wall daily because I didn't pick them up and hold them every time they asked me to.


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No not me, I mastered it years ago. But, my daughter is going to be 4 in Nov. and although she will pee on the potty, she will not drop the duece in there. She grabs a pullup from the linen closet and goes in there. We have tried rewarding her, bribing her, showing disappointment. My niece has even showed her. Anyone have any advice?
Now that is hilarious!!!!!

Prizes work wonders. And yes.....hide those pull-ups......And hide your fruit of the looms too!!!
   
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09-13-2005, 05:00 AM

Sorry Bro can't help no kids my wife and I love our Lifestyle too much.
   
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Bottom line is they won't start doing it till they're ready. All you can do is teach them to make the connection between the feeling of having to "go" and the act of sitting on the toilet. Once you do that - the rest is up to them.


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Bottom line is they won't start doing it till they're ready. All you can do is teach them to make the connection between the feeling of having to "go" and the act of sitting on the toilet. Once you do that - the rest is up to them.
Didnt you say you just got the hang of it last week?
   
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You guys have excellent advice

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Didnt you say you just got the hang of it last week?
Actually I still like going outside to do it.


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09-16-2005, 09:36 PM

It will take time. My oldest trained well... then reverted when my son was born. We had to retrain her and it was terrible. We actually ended up in the ER because she just would not go... and became "impacted". That was the turning point. I hate that it had to be so drastic... but whatever it takes.
   
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