toilet trained


  1. Are u sure she’s ready? I tried to toilet train my eldest when he was two but it was a battle so I stopped and waited until he was around 2.5/3 and he was much more ready so it happened really quickly.

  2. I would wait a little bit, perhaps when the weather is warmer and you can leave her in just undies at home. Less washing! My daughter was almost 3, and my son is 2.5 now and isn’t ready yet.

  3. 2 is so little. Wait until the weather is warmer and she is a little older. She will show you signs when she is toilet ready and the training process will be less a less stressful experience for both of you.

  4. You have to wait till they show signs they’re ready , I had my 1st toilet trained a month be4 his 2nd bday but my 2nd child who is almost 2 1/2 won’t go near the toilet and asks for nappies! You can just try getting to tell you that they need to go pee/poo so when they start feeling it that’s when they’re ready, but you can’t push them

  5. So many people are saying she is too little. I don’t think so. Both my daughters were out of day and night nappies before 2. When they are ready, they are ready. It does take time the first few weeks, very regular toilet trips just to try and go and don’t reduce her fluid intake. The more she drinks the more she wee’s which will help her know when she needs to go. Good luck.

  6. I agree with above. It takes alot of effort on the parents behalf. You must become aware of when your child needs to go to the toilet and take her accordingly. If the parent is not willing to give 100% then you will toilet train later. My eldest girl was done with night nappies at 12 months and in undies at 2. It’s completely achievable but is one of the trickiest things to do if you are not ready to watch and learn from your child.

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