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I have stopped potty training. I still encourage him to go and about once a day he'll go on his own. I'm still talking to him about being a big boy and going in the potty and trying to make it a fun thing for him so he's not scared or regress from it. We plan on fully trying again in Aug. With the new baby that would be a better time.
The same thing happened with my son and I. It's just so hard getting them interested sometimes! I stopped for awhile and then got inspired to go back when I found something I thought might turn it into a game for him. They were these odd floating targets that were safe to flush down the toilet. They seemed kind of goofy, but he liked them a lot. Getting him to want to quit using them was actually the hardest part I went out and found the site where I originally ordered them from. It's called TinkleTimeTargets.