My daughter turned two in July and not long after her birthday, I started introducing the idea of the using the potty. Four months later and she still hasn't mastered the art of going to the bathroom. She will use the potty if I ask her if she has to go, but very rarely will she say "Mommy, I have to go to the bathroom."
I know she isn't going to get it overnight, but I am getting a little worried she's A-OK living in diapers. I feel like I've tried everything--a "princess" potty that makes noise, Dora the Explorer pull-ups, just about every type of reward if she goes all by herself--but nothing is getting the job done. I talked to my pediatrician--and doctor mom, my mom, that is--about it and both of them say not to rush it. She is still on schedule and now that she understands the whole bathroom concept, it will click when her body is ready.
Problem is, I'm ready. As is my budget. I've been buying diapers for over two years now and I am so over it. My daughter is soRead More »from Is Potty Training In One Day Really Worth It Or a Total Rip-Off?