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After several months of trying to get Jackson potty trained, he finally is. I'm so glad that we won't have to buy diapers for two boys now. It took him a while to learn to poopy in the potty but he seems to have finally gotten that down. It has been several weeks since he has had an accident and I am thrilled. We are still putting pull ups on him at night but every morning he gets up with a dry pull up and goes to the bathroom to potty. It is such a great feeling having him potty trained. When we first started it just seemed so hard that I thought we would never get him trained. Just thought I'd share with you ladies.
That's so great!! Yay! Chase still sleeps with a pull up at night- its dry most of the time but he wet the bed a few times when we took the pull ups away entirely- so it sounds like Jackson is doing fantastic!!!
Thanks so much *Kiliki* for my awesome summer siggie!
Awesome! Jack is potty trained during the day and through nap time- but he almost always wakes up with a wet pull-up after sleeping through the night. I am hoping that he will soon figure out how to stay dry through the nights...Any tips??
*Thank you AlexKatieAidenMommy for my awesome siggie*
I don't really have any tips. Jackson will usually cry out for us so we go running in there and take him right to the bathroom. if we don't go in there as soon as he wakes up then he ends up having an accident.
Thank you *Kiliki* for my beautiful siggy