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General Advice / Re: Should I start potty training??
« Last post by TFern on March 27, 2019, 08:08:17 PM »
If i was you and you have the timeover the next few weeks go for it.

The worst that will happen you will realise she just isnt ready and can leave it a bit longer.

C was 2 n half .....i tried at 2 but she just kept weeing all over the floor but it sounds like your daughter may well be ready.

Off to the supermarket for at least 20 pairs of knickers first or the washer will be on non stop.

good luck  :)
If i was you and you have the timeover the next few weeks go for it.

The worst that will happen you will realise she just isnt ready and can leave it a bit longer.

C was 2 n half .....i tried at 2 but she just kept weeing all over the floor but it sounds like your daughter may well be ready.

Off to the supermarket for at least 20 pairs of knickers first or the washer will be on non stop.

good luck  :)
If i was you and you have the timeover the next few weeks go for it.

The worst that will happen you will realise she just isnt ready and can leave it a bit longer.

C was 2 n half .....i tried at 2 but she just kept weeing all over the floor but it sounds like your daughter may well be ready.

Off to the supermarket for at least 20 pairs of knickers first or the washer will be on non stop.

good luck  :)
I used to put my daughters babygrows on back-to-front to stop her undressing in her cot! the zip-up ones were the best tho as they would go on normally but with a safetypin to stop her undoing the zip!
Good luck! as potty training can be fun!
With me I never weed on the floor due to that I only weed inside my cloth training pants! Get her to wear cloth training pants and and that’s what she’d only weed inside of! Plus you you drain her over the potty just like me!
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General Advice / Re: Should I start potty training??
« Last post by TFern on March 27, 2019, 08:00:41 PM »
Hey

Advice needed please as this seems like a minefield and everyone has something different to say on this.

E is 2 in 3 weeks time and whilst it seems quite young she appears to be showing signs that she is ready for potty training.  She tells me when she needs a poo minutes before going, she will sit on the potty but has yet to produce anything.  She is constantly taking her nappy off which is becoming a huge problem, she did it this morning without my knowing and wee'd all over the carpet and often will do the same in her cot.  Getting a nappy on her is becoming seriously hard work, she simply doesn't want to wear one.  She is often dry after a nap.

My question is, IF this is the right time how do I manage it as a full time working parent?  As of the 11th January I'm back full time between work and uni until the completion of my degree in 18 months.  Shes in nursery 3 and a half days and with my mum the remainder.  Do I go for it in the next week before she returns to nursery, have a serious go at it and write the week off to wee soaked carpet and constant toiletting reminders?!  OR do I leave it having no idea when I'll next have a significant period of time at home with her to do it?

Help!  I feel utterly clueless.
Must start wearing cloth training pants! That was with me once I past 21 month old and could hold my bowls! Just that I saw cloth training pants and choosed that due to that I was terrified to pee naked and inside pants which I’d see my pee! Also that it’s close to my body and the soft feel of cotton! Esp that I got a crush that cloth training pants will cover my pee and that I’d only feel my pee! When I saw cloth training pants I was eager to put on cloth training pants esp to pee inside my new cloth training pants! Just once I got inside my new cloth training pants I peed inside my new cloth training pants esp that I held my pee to do so! Just when I started to wear cloth training pants my pee at the same time wore my cloth training pants! I’ve been going to nursery care in cloth training pants until I started wearing pants past 23 1/2 month! However my cloth training pants hanged high up my new pants esp due to that I was terrified of my butt crack hanging out and I got a crush seeing my cloth training pants and feeling my cloth training pants! I’m of profound mental retardation! The same for her! She must choose cloth training pants being terrified to pee naked and inside pants which she’d see her pee! Also that it’s close to her body and the soft feel of cotton! Esp that she get a crush that her new cloth training pants covers her pee and that she’d only feel her pee! She must be eager to put on cloth training pants esp to pee inside her new cloth training pants! Just once she gets inside her new cloth training pants she’d pee inside her new cloth training pants esp that she holds her pee to do so! Just when she starts wearing her new cloth training pants her pee at the same time wears her new cloth training pants! She must go to nursery care in cloth training pants until 23 1/2 month! However her cloth training pants must hang high up her new pants due to that she must be terrified that her butt crack hanging out and she gets a crush seeing her cloth training pants and feeling her cloth training pants!
D. x
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Northern England / Re: New member saying hello-Macclesfield
« Last post by HoneyBeeShaw263 on March 14, 2019, 09:05:37 AM »
Hi, small world. Also in Macc
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Northern England / Re: Little list
« Last post by Jules2206 on March 02, 2019, 11:00:36 PM »
I'm Jules, just moved to Accrington with little girl whose almost 3.x
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General Chat & Trivia / meet up
« Last post by jakatella on February 11, 2019, 09:42:52 PM »
anyone in leicistershire
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Treat people nicely, do creative things, have fun, and you will see that the world is exciting! Make more friends ! Avoid stressful situations!
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Midlands & Central / Re: New from stafford area
« Last post by Silky on February 02, 2019, 09:48:00 AM »
Hi Jayplus,
Welcome to Single With Kids.  Have you seen our Facebook page at all? It tends to be more active than the forum and a good place to see any offers we run too.  You can  find it here: https://www.facebook.com/SingleWithKids/

Silky x
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Midlands & Central / Re: New from stafford area
« Last post by Jayplus2 on January 27, 2019, 05:26:00 PM »
Im new on here single dad with a 14yo boy and 12 yo girl we are just up the road in leek.
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Debate & (Serious!) Discussions / Re: How do I deal with ds's distress when I go out?
« Last post by Silky on January 23, 2019, 11:31:48 AM »
I'd be interested to know how you resolved this Eils, I suspect you're not the only one to have this issue.

I've actually posted this question up on our Facebook page to see what our community there think too, I'm sure the answers will be useful for a number of parents.  https://www.facebook.com/SingleWithKids/
Silky x
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