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Potty Train of Your Child How Take It Long till Fully Trained?

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How long did you potty train your toddlers before going to nursery. What gender is easy to train boy or girl?

alenaleigh0312
9 days ago
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lynnibis
lynnibis9 days ago

Both mine dry night and day by 18 months. Pre disposable nappies and pre so many mums having to work.

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Tasha042
Tasha0429 days ago

My daughter started potty training at 18months by just sitting on the potty before her bath or when she woke up just to get her used to the idea. Then at 2years we got rid of day time nappies except car journeys, had loads of accidents but persistence pays off. It took 6months for her to be nappy free and no accidents. Then she regressed when her little sister was born at age 3 but now shes 3 and a half she's finally fully toilet trained and no nappies at night either. They say boys are harder to train but I've known parents of boys who have got rid of the nappies and they're accident free after a couple of weeks. So they're all different, depends on how ready they are and how eager to learn they are. Apparently 10months in total is average.

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alenaleigh0312
alenaleigh0312
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8 days ago

Thats great she goes so well learned early. My son took only 2 days to let him used to and a week for fully trained without accident and he is 2 years old and half then. Now with my little girl, It a bit hard for me as she do not want to go toilet or even to try may she needs more time but now i tried to explain her gradually that soon she will go to school and kids there will make wewe or poop in the toilet finger crossed she can make it soon..

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Tasha042
Tasha0428 days ago

alenaleigh0312 have you taken her to choose her own pants and potty? My daughter got a lot more interested in toilet training when she chose her own. She was also more eager to use a potty than the toilet. She also loved having stickers, sweets and new toys as rewards. If she doesn't want to then don't press the issue, let her take her time, she'll be ready soon enough x

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alenaleigh0312
alenaleigh0312
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8 days ago

Tasha042 wow thanks for that tips mate, i will that with the rewards so my little girl will be encourage to do so. She always cry when i attemp to let her go to potty or toilet. I better let her in potty first as its accessible because our toilet is upstairs.

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Tasha042
Tasha0428 days ago

alenaleigh0312 you're welcome. If she gets upset then don't make her else she'll get scared and take longer to train. I found it helpful to put a doll on a potty next to her so she saw it as a game and less scary x

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Marlena
Marlena6 days ago

I have two boys so can't compare which gender is easier but both of my boys where potty train before their second birthday. Generally they were accident free within a couple of weeks but only during the day. My younger one is 2.5 and he still wears a nappy by night, which I'm hoping to get rid of by his 3 birthday. Remember every child is different and don't get yourself stressed if won't go to plan. Best of luck and I'm sure it's going to be easier then you think 😉

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