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TOPIC TITLE: Toilet Training
Created On 9/25/05 10:31 PM
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Any tips for a toddler who has become too smart, too lazy and too comfortable in her current pamper-status? She is 2.5 years old, has been hospitalized frequently recently, thus preventing potty training, and is by now too happy to want to work on change. It is, however, preventing her from going to pre-school, where I registered her already, because she is not trained. She is desperate for children's company and school would do a world of good for her. Any good ideas on how to do this quickly, painlessly and efficiently?
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this might not be a very clean idea but what about taking away the diaper and letting her have some accidents. That usually speeds up the process.
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Why? Do kids really feel badly when they mess up the floor?
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if you make them feel not good about it they might want to go to the toilet. But dont make it into a disaster if she makes on the floor, just tell her it is not right. Also by my daughter a star chart worked, every time she went to the toilet we gave her a big star on her chart which was hanging on the door.


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Thanks Debbie. I will certainly try. We have gone a step ahead of sticker stars; we promise (and deliver when deserved!) chocolate!!! I can't believe my daughter is a real woman when she makes into her pamper and forgoes the chocolate - I mean, c'mon, how can anybody not put in a little more effort for CHOCOLATE!!!
 
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unbelievable that she will forego the chocolat. My experience was though that if you make something long term like a chart on the wall, which is seen every day, worked better. good luck anyway. now I have a problem that my daughter started wetting again at night after being clean for about a month. I will see what to do about that
anyone have good advice


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Mazel Tov!!! A woman is a woman -- the chocolate prevailed!! Boruch Hashem, Chana bas Sarah Mirel is 98% potty trained, by day and night!!! Chassadim Tovim!!! May we always share good news on this forum.
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mazal tov, may you only go from good to better. 98 -100 percent
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My son is 3 (a twin to a girl) and also not toilet trained. He makes #1 on the toilet but #2 hasnt come. I'm waiting and waiting. He makes in his pullup whenever he goes in for a nap. Any advice-we tried choc chips and stars.
 
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