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OK, maybe this isn't a BIG problem. My 2-yr-old is going on the potty great, and I just started potty training him this week (We're on day 4.). He has not had one accident today. Yay! The problem is that he goes on the potty when I tell him to (about every hour to hour and a half), but never tells me when he has to go. He has actually been going on the potty casually for a couple months now whenever we would put him on it - about 3-5 times a day. Since he didn't seem to have a problem using the potty, I decided to switch him to undies and do full-out potty training in the hopes that when he did go in his undies after a couple times of feeling the wetness he would start telling me he had to go beforehand. But when he does pee in his undies (which at this point is zero to once a day), he just says "Uh-oh!" after the fact. He's great at holding it until we tell him it's time to go now, but I'd really like him to tell us when he has to go. Any ideas?
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Last edited by MomOfWar; August 10th, 2010 at 11:25 AM.