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Potty Training Day 2

Whoohoo!!

Jack did a pee on his potty last night! I'd left him pantless for a while once hubby got home so I could wash the pots etc after tea. Jack came running over to the kitchen door waving a nappy at me begging to have it put on. I said no... pants or potty (nappy was out for bedtime) and he ran off again. Next thing I know hubby is telling me Jack's done a wee in his potty! :happydance: :happydance:

This morning he did a little poo in his potty too - on the promise that he would get a Toy Story sticker on his brand new chart if he managed a wee or a poo in it. Again, he's had no pants on. A little later he had pants on and pee'd in them. And got very upset about it too.... so I'm thinking NO PANTS for the next few days and see how he goes from there!

SO proud of my little man!

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Evening Update:

Soo...... by the end of today Jack managed 1 poo and 4 wees in his potty! I think we would have done better but I had to go to the supermarket today, and it was a big shop, so we were out for 2 hours. I put some nappy pants on him for that and he poo'd in them. To be fair he did tell me when we were in the car coming home and I didn't make an issue of it. Just cleaned him up when we got home and sat him on his potty. He poo'd in his nap time nappy too.

Tomorrow we're going no where! He seems much happier without his pants on so I'll stick to half naked toddler tomorrow. He's only had an "accident" when he's had his pants on. Never with a naked bum. Twice this evening he told me he needed his potty and sat on it for a wee. I think another day or two of him with nothing on, just getting used to going to his potty when he needs to, and then I'll try him with pants again.

Bought him some sweet little undies today! Some "posh" ones woth Disney Cars and Toy Story on, and some simple ones too. I think I'll introduce them as a reward for doing so well.

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