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i have 2 girls and 1 boy and the girls where the easiest by far
It is harder as girls can be a little more fussy and you have to teach them the concept of front to back wiping.
I had 2 boys and a girl ,I didnt find one harder than the other but you need infinate patience..all mine were potty trained before they were a year old.
I have always heard that girls were easier. But I do not know... My stepson is still working on it, we got custody of him right at 3 years old, and his mom was using pull ups as diapers, so it was really hard for us. He is going to be four soon, and his visits with his mom are taking major steps backwards in our process. He will go in the toilet, but not unless we tell him to. So good luck to you!
not really I think with boys you just have to make it more interesting more creative we tried months to potty train my son and one day I was told by another mother that fruit loops in the toilet made to sink would work 2 days later he was going on his own with handfuls of fruitloops in the toilet...lol but at least he was going where he should
I found it easier to potty train my daughter but my son took to going to the potty by watching his older sister. Boys tend not to be into potty training as much as girls.
I think so. Girls are just ready to do things more organized, sooner, in my opinion... for general tips on potty training, see my new hub today for a laugh...
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by jenubouka6 years ago
Anyone have tips for potty training boys? Note: Keep in mind he only has mommy to do the training, so any ideas are greatly appreciated!
by Christin Sander4 years ago
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by csd15097 years ago
best way to "potty" train, my girl (2.5 years old)
by Moon Willow Lake4 years ago
What are some ideas on how to potty train a toddler?
by Beingbbw6 years ago
How do you know your toddler who can tell you everything is ready to potty train?how do you figure out if your toddler who knows his words and can say almost everything apart from when he's pee'd or pooped himself is...
by Heather Nickless8 years ago
Is it time to potty train?My son is 16 months and he has shown an increased interest in daddy going to the restroom. He also is taking off his pants and diapers constantly. It seems a little early but in my family, we...
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