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September 11th, 2018, 06:58 PM
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Potty training started about 5 weeks ago. He'll pee and poop when placed on the potty. However he really loves to play with his pee. So he'll run as fast as he can, so he can pee on the floor to play in it as much as possible before I get there. He'll be laughing high pitched and using his excited laugh.

Other parenting groups were of no help, and Google had 0 help. Everyone keeps telling me to put food in his potty, but he'll try to eat it, not pee on it. He gets upset if there's anything in his potty (god forbid I toss a fuzz ball in there lol).


I'm getting 0 support from family (they all tell me to give up), and my friends aren't potty training yet. They try to give ideas, but so far we're at a loss.


I choose the oh crap potty training method. However I feel trapped at block 1 because of his love to play in his pee. So I can't really take him anywhere, because he just bolts to pee away from me so he can play in it.


I'll have great days where he has 0 interest in play, and pees in the potty all day, and has legit accidents.


Any help is appreciated, as I'm getting really frustrated and hes picking up on it, as he started fighting sitting on the potty today. He hasn't done that in weeks.
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