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  1. #1
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    Jul 2012
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    Toilet training fun!!!

    Just wanted to send hugs to all you ladies who are working through toilet training with dck. I have my own daughter in 'big girl undies' today and so far she has pee'd on the sofa once and run to the toilet every 5 minutes since! Ha ha! Glad I can do this now while I'm not working! Needless to say, i'll be glad my daycare area has no sofa and laminate floors when the time comes to train dcks!!!!!

  2. #2
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    Feb 2011
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    here the sofa is forbidden during potty training! That rule came to be after a couple too many accidents!

    Once I decide that they're consistent enough, they get sofa privileges back!

  3. #3
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    Aug 2011
    Whitby, ON
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    Quote Originally Posted by gcj View Post
    here the sofa is forbidden during potty training!
    Our house too!
    My DD is also training. It's been a tough road for her, she's had bad constipation for over a month then 2 week of on&off loose poops so now that she's more normal again we're starting it up again.
    No Accidents YET today but she hasn't gone at all.....
    Satisfaction Guaranteed or Double Your Kids Back!!

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    Nov 2011
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    Oh I am another one that couches are 'off limits' until you've been accident free for at least two weeks after their removal of the containment unit requirement has been met.
    Children construct their own intelligence. The adult must provide activities and context, but most of all must be able to listen. Children need proof that adults believe in them. Their three great desires are to be listened to, to understand, and to demonstrate that they are exactly what we expect."
    Loris Malaguzzi

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