Both my boys were stubborn. My best advice having dealt with it twice is to offer incentives, don't obsess over the idea and let them kind of make up their mind to do it when they are ready. If you push too hard, they will push back by not cooperating. Going potty (or not) is something they can control, and in an sense, it gives them power over you. Don't make it a battle of wills, make it a team effort.
by Christin Sander 5 years ago
What are your tips for getting a stubborn toddler to potty train?both of my kids were slow to potty train and I was wondering what tricks/tips other parents had that finally convinced their little ones to give the potty a try My "baby" is 3 & 1/2 right now and he just isn't...
by Sarita Harbour 6 years ago
Is it easier to "Potty Train" girls than boys?
by Moon Willow Lake 4 years ago
What are some ideas on how to potty train a toddler?
by csd1509 7 years ago
best way to "potty" train, my girl (2.5 years old)
by Heather Nickless 8 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 have all potty trained early. I was trained but 14 months. Should I start or just...
by Beingbbw 6 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 ready to potty train? He insists pee and poo goes on the floor or in the nappy and...
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