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ALright my son is 17 months old. so far I am trying to take him to the potty after he eats, and drinks..
I know this is probally not enough.
What kind of schedule are you on? Do you take your child ot the potty every 30 mins/2 hours?what?
Please let me know!\\
Edited to add: I know that it will take a while to potty train which is why we have already started. He pees in the potty all the time but has only had a bm once or twice on the potty.
I am hoping that he might be trainied somewhere right before or after his 2nd bday, which is 7 months away. If it takes longer then that is fine to. We are not rushing him but he just LOVES to go and sit on his potty. We still keep the bathroom door closed unless we are training him *is this a good idea, if we dont, he climbs in the bathtub and turns on the water (he loves baths) or continuously FLUSHES the toilet...
Below is my weightloss ticker. This is not for the pregnancy weight to come off as it has pretty much all came off. The rest of it is just what I've been wanting to loose for a while now to get back to my healthier weight!
Well when Daleigh started, we were going every 15 mins. And we would sit there and play or read a book. Soon she could start telling us when she thought she needed to go. Several several times it was false alarms but she was learning and soon was going on her own.
It takes longer for children to Poo in the potty. It's because they are not used to it. They are used to diapers.