How to potty train your pet bunny,stubborn child wont potty train,the potty journey - You Shoud Know

04.01.2014
My third child, Carson was my easiest to train although my first child, Danika was also a breeze. Start your week with a very important (and very played up) trip to town to pick out big kid undies. My kids weren’t ready to potty train that young, so when they turned 3 and were ready, they were easy to train.
Ugh I am dreading the last one too but since he is only 4 months old I’ve got some time before I have to tackle it again! No potty training experience here but it seems like those are pretty great tips to keep in mind! There will be crying, and night wakings, and a really long adjustment period wherein you will probably have poop and pee on parts of your person you didn’t even know were accessible by another soul.
We welcomed Baby Dog Daughter (now more commonly known as The Beast), into our home when Dude #3 was two.
I told DudeDad that I wanted another baby.  He said hell no crazy lady he wasn’t really on board with that plan and proposed a dog baby instead. She came to us by way of a family with puppies, not a puppy mill, not a breeder, just a family with some puppies. Accept for when it came to potty training.   Because, just like kids, potty training and the ability to hold it for a reasonable amount of time, is one of those things that develops with age.


She will get it eventually if you stay the course and do it right.  Sorta just like your kid. I have one stray cat that we finally let inside a year ago after taking care of her for two years outside. Give your child their favorite juice (I water it down a little to cut down on the sugar) and let them drink lots. To each their own but I found that a chocolate chip for each successful pee pee in the potty (and 2 chocolate chips for going poo poo in the potty) worked wonders. It has been a long time since I had to potty train, I really don’t miss those days at all! Even if you silently scream when she fails.  Even if you break down and cry because she peed inside of your diaper bag.  How did she even get inside of the diaper bag?! Be patient.  I know, it’s hard, and if you have to clean up another runny deuce from your white carpet you’re gonna lose it.  Ummm, why do you have white carpets? In her free time she enjoys losing weight easily, looking like a soap star the moment she rolls out of bed, and riding around town on her unicorn. Start at short intervals (think every 5-10 minutes) and then get longer as they start to get the idea. I thought it was a fluke with the first but then her sisters came along and bam they were just the same.


I’d rather change diapers than potty train but after potty training three kids I can tell you that after that initial leap into using the potty it is SO. I have very vivid memories of telling him on multiple occasions that we were done with diapers and I wouldn’t be putting them on him anymore only to give in two days later throwing the underwear in the air and relenting with a huff. Just keep a light attitude and reflect on how funny it will be later ?? Your child will thrive off of your great attitude or alternatively they will pick up on your negative attitude so remember that!
I know my grandchildren won’t out of convenience and they should take advantage ?? I loved your tips. Buy the books, DVD’s and a fun potty and let them test the waters before you go all out potty training. That week or so of struggling and fighting and giving up everything in your world in order to focus on the throne is worth it in the end so hang in there my exhausted friends. Begging, pleading, bribing, all things we normally wouldn’t do but will bow to in the name of our child going on the potty.



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