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Our little one is 3 years and is having a really rough time potty training. We've been working with her for over a year, and more consitently for the past 6 months. She's in panties during the day (the thick gerber ones) and pull ups for naps, car rides, and night. When she wets herself, she won't say a thing. She's perfectly fine running around and being wet, whether in her panties or in her pull ups. When she poops, she's just as content, but more willing to stop if we tell her we need to change her. She has pooped once in the toilet, and that was because she was going before I started getting her on the toilet, and she peed once in the toilet while we were out and about. Daycare says she pees in the toilet every now and then, but they think it's just because they happened to get her there at the right time.
She doesn't make any faces when she goes. She doesn't stop what she's doing. When I asked her yesterday if she feels it before she pees she said no. Then I asked if she feels it when it comes out. She got frustrated, and said "no it comes out. I can't do it" We tried to explain that it takes practice and that we're not upset. We told her that we know she can, but it will take time, and that's ok. She got really upset yesterday, and I'm wondering if she really just doesn't feel it.
How do you know if she can or can't feel the urge to go?
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