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jalaz77 jalaz77

I gave my middke child mini m&m's so I would give him a couple after going potty. It worked and he is not addicted to junk food or anything, or expecting candy after going potty. I will do anything to fast forward the potty stage!

jessi... jessicasmom1

M&Ms were a lifesaver for us, cherrios, a singing potty ......... DD was potty trained at 1 year old

Kathy Kalous

How 'bout you just let the kid figure it out on their own? It works great! I put a little potty across from the toilet and let her sit when I was going pee. Then we worked up to taking off her diaper and letting her sit on the pot when I was going pee.  After about a week of that she peed. I made a HUGE deal about it...From then on she was all for going potty on the chair.

I also think it worked because I never let my daughter sit in a dirty diaper the way some parents do. So she didn't like the feel of the dirty diaper on her skin.

pupuk... pupukeawahine

The bubbles and the colored water are good ideas--wish I'd known about it when we were potty traiining!  You could also start feeding them beets and tell them if they go potty, the water will be pink.  My son thought that was funny, and it also got him to eat his beets :^)-/<

BetaA... BetaAlpha

My son has the little urinal. He loves it.

tyrel... tyrelsmom

I just start them potty learning from birth so they never know any different.

nonmember avatar sj76

vodka?! come on ,too many people use any excuse to drink as it is ,our country has become a bunch of sots, the pantless thing works very well ,it didnt take long at all to train my 3 kids,i dont think kids should expect treats for everything that they do ,then they expect it all the time ,and they surely dont need all the junk food

Casey Hall

Okay so I have three kids 2 girls 1 boy.. The Girls were super easy to train 1st one was trained by 14 months second one by 19 months now my Son on the other hand is far by the worse. He just turned 3 in May and still will not go he did for about a week then all at once stoped and started peeing in his pants so back to pull-ups :( I have tried EVERYTHING is this normal for him 3 and still in diapers?

Kaymad41 Kaymad41

My daughter was a bull head. If you interrupted her during a movie, or play, or pretty much anything, she wouldn't go. She had no Interest. So on a 10 hour car trip we stopped about every 90 minutes, I would carry her from her car seat directly to the gas station bathroom, set her on the potty until she went, gave her a treat and put her back in the car seat. By the end of that one day she was potty trained. The big downside is the trip went from 10 to 13 hours. She always called gas stations "gas potty's" after that.

wamom223 wamom223

tyrelsmom I have read a book about that but really wished I knew someone that had actually done it.  Can you give us some more details on how you went about it?  I know some people really hate on the idea of potty training from birth but I'm really curious about this.  

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