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Am I starting too soon? 2.5yr old boy

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#26 Veritas Vinum Arte

Posted 20 April 2019 - 11:08 PM

Great update!

As I had replied earlier my DD had a difference between ability and compliance. She had the ability at 24m and stayed dry for 8wks, but the. Non compliance set in and there was nothing to do but wait for her to be ready again.

#27 Jo.F

Posted 20 April 2019 - 11:22 PM

View PostJayPee, on 20 April 2019 - 10:57 PM, said:

That is fantastic!! You give me hope.
honestly, hand on my heart I thought he'd be going to kindy in nappies. That's how far off it seemed and then it was like someone flicked a switch. I just had to wait for him to do it but it was so hard to not want to keep asking him to try.

I hope it works out for you really soon x

#28 Puzzleme

Posted 12 May 2019 - 09:00 AM

No not too soon! I started training my daughter while she she was 2yo 3months, and it took one to two weeks to train. Now she just wears undie. I am happy as she doesn't get anymore  nappy rash.

#29 IkeaAddict

Posted 12 May 2019 - 09:25 AM

DS toilet trained at 2 and 3 months (in the middle of winter, not my idea haha). We had the potty in the bathroom and he would sit on it and wee. It was when he did a poo on it that we decided it was time. There wasn't a lot of fuss, the only time he weed in his pants was if he was having a tantrum and trying to get attention. It coincided with him moving rooms at daycare with older kids who were either TT or TTing

#30 Apageintime

Posted 12 May 2019 - 09:59 AM

My son TT after he turned 3. He told me he wanted to wear undies. He never wore a nappy again. He only had 1 accident that first week, so day and night trained instantly.

It was easy peasy because he told me he was ready

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