Do you have any potty training secrets to share?
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I used M&M's for my older daughter for rewards and waited until she was about 2 1/2 before starting the potty training process. When she was about 3 we moved on to putting her in pullups and that prompted her to go on the potty a lot more. By the time she was 3 1/2 she was fully potty trained. She had to wear pullups at night for about another year after that but once we took away the pullups she was fine..no accidents.
When my boys were little I would throw a few cherrios in the toile and told them to aim at the hole and if they went they got a prize out of my prize basket. I got a basket and placed it where they could see it but not get it. I bought little plastic army men at the dollar store. I think you get 20 in a bag. Small bags of M & M's or any small reward they would like. The idea was for them to get a reward for going and for it to be cheep enough for me to fill the basket. I wrapped the things up with tissue paper so they could not tell what they were getting. Hope this helps. Good Luck
We used Potty Scotty. The potty train your kids in a day method. It worked! We picked our son up at day care on Friday and he went back on Monday with big kid undies. I was a bit skeptical at first but it worked and I can't wait to try it out on our second son. I think of first was a little over 2.