Today's post is a slight departure from beautiful interiors but I need to get something off my chest. I was just over at Kidspot's Facebook page reading hundreds of comments about when peoples kids made the leap to being "toilet-trained", and I have to say it was beyond disheartening! Most of them were boasting about their kids "doing it" by 2 and being dry all night as well!
Noah turned 3 in February and we've just started really trying with him in the past couple of weeks. Success? Not so much. In 2 weeks we haven't had even one wee in the potty. My laundry pile is bigger than it's ever been, and I feel like the biggest failure with the daftest child in the universe.
I know every child is different and he'll do it when he's ready, blah blah blah, but he just seems too old to be running round with poop in his pants! I'm on the verge of throwing the towel in and trying again around his 18th birthday. He doesn't get it at all and I need help!
Does anyone have a foolproof toilet training method they can share and save my sanity? How did you do it? How long did it take? Tell me your secrets!!!!! Winter is upon us and another window of opportunity is slipping away! Help!