Friday, August 30, 2013

We Bought A Potty!



Bryar has been using the potty at different times. They have always been at the very last minute when he needs to go #2. He has always had a horrible time trying to go, so it makes it a lot easier to pick up the ques and ask. 

In the past few weeks he has been asking to go. Then in the last few days he has started grabbing his diaper at random times and saying, "potty." Which sort of kind of baffles me. I've always heard that boys are so much harder to potty train. 


Not that I do not think this will be a hard task. Because I know it will be. Potty training is just hard work and to say it nicely, it sucks. 

B has already become obsessed with toilet paper. I assume he has watched me a quad-zillion times so he automatically thinks he needs toilet paper as soon as he sits. 


I'm not really pushing the issue of training at all. It's still early to me, and I would rather wait then push him away. I must admit that it did take bribery for my stubborn girl but I hope this approach with my strong willed yet independent boy is much different. 

2 comments:

Becca said...

I've always heard it is so much more difficult to train boys as well. So I started sitting the little boy that I watch on the potty when he was 9 months or so occasionally. He started using it by three time he was 9 months! He's 17 months now and only poops in the potty and apart from an accident every couple of days, he's pretty much potty trained! It seems like B is super interested in it as well. I hope training is easy and quick for you guys.

Rebecca Jo said...

My g-sons were both different. The first one took to it so easily... my 2nd one was as stubborn as all get out...
every kid will do it on their own time... & kinda on their own terms :)

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