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Jack's Potty Training - Update

Around 6 months ago now I first started to potty train Jack. This week - for the first time - he has gone ALL WEEK with clean dry pants! Whooohoooo!

Ok. so if you don't have kids that will leave you pretty cold, but for us mums (and dads) it is a big deal. We still need to remind him sometimes - before meal, before we go out etc - but this week he's been brill, even going on the toilet by himself not just the potty.

I'm thinking, if we get another week or so like this I'll start trying him over night in pants instead of nappy-pants. He has a potty in his room, and a roll of toilet paper. He uses it sometimes if he is playing in his room by him self. I'm feeling optimistic!

It's another important milestone. At the risk of tempting fate I'd say he was dry now during the day. He's talking fluently too and people (not just family) can understand him. He has bags of confidence and loves to play out with the other kids on the street even though they are all at least 2 years older than him.

Can't believe he's going to be starting nursery in September....It's only 4 months away! He's so grown up!

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