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I sort of am. My oldest is what I consider trained. Barely has accidents, never wets the bed and is in underwear full time. He can't do his own pants or underwear but he has been very intent on figuring them out lately which is nice I don't consider that a total necessity to be "trained" though.
My youngest we are practicing elimination communication with so he is sort of being "trained" but not? If that makes sense?
I like checking in on the board though, particularly when I see people who are starting earlier as I had a hard time finding resources when I did it. I like to try to share what I've learned with my son in hopes that maybe it will be useful to others.
hi there im very slowly introducing the potty. normally in the morning as soon as she gets up shel go on the potty and do her stuff but lately shes been pooing in her nappy so i havnt put her on the potty. shes just turned 1 last month
i just found this board,a bit late since tatums trained already though
That's OK you can keep me company. Jamie should go spend a week with you. She decided she does not want to poop in the potty. She will go pee in the potty though. Rachel is day trained but still wets at night.