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Very proud of my big little man

Jack is doing so well with his potty training now. We hardly ever have any accidents - only if he is giddy like when he had a friend over and the first time he played on the Wii with daddy - and even then they are small and nothing much to wory about.

Twice now we have taken him out without a nappy. First time to the Factory shop and he did a pee on his potty in the boot of the car just before we came home. He didn't ask though, we asked him to go. Second time I took him round town and as we came out of the library he asked for his potty and did a wee.

Both trips out he came home with dry undies! I am SO impressed with him!

He seems to have got over his "thing" about pooing on his potty now too and is quite happy to do one on his potty every day.

We still need to get him out of nappy pants at nap time and bedtime, and I'd like to get him using the toilet instead of a potty, but there's plenty of time for that yet. I think from the end of next week, or the start of the week after, I might start putting the potty closer to the toilet so he can get used to going that far before it's "too late" and coax him onto his training seat a little more often. I've already started to ask him to try not to wee in his nappy at nap time, he wasn't impressed, but more often than not it's dry after his nap.

He's so grown up!

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