From our second week of potty training I introduced the Dry Like Me Night time liners.
My aim from the beginning of our journey was to ensure my daughter was understanding her body but not confused.
She was still in night time pulls up at this point.
Most importantly she was dry throughout the night since Christmas last year. For me it was always just incase she wasn’t.
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Well here we are week 4 of our Potty Training Series with Dry Like Me.
Over the past four weeks we have been learning a completely new milestone for both of us.
Established adding this milestone into our everyday lives.
My daughter has learnt her body cues, to hold herself until she is at the toilet and the importance of hygiene.
I didn’t use reward charts or stickers. We didn’t clear our diary for a week a home. Nor did we make learning this stage the one and only thing of our day to day.
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Our third week potty training with Dry Like Me.
Since we started our potty training journey, my cleaning chores seem to have doubled.
We established early on that when she uses her potty she must wash her hands with soap. My hand soap she doesn’t like, so she’s now using Professor Scrubbington’s Magically Foaming Hand and Face Wash (see review here). My daughter never fails to forget as she loves the foam.
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As we continue our potty training experience with Dry Like Me.
We have learnt to carry on our day-to-day like normal.
So parents swear by clearing a week out of their diary and focusing on potty training – this method works for some, but not for us. Continue reading “Potty Training Week 2”
On Sunday as part of our weekly shop we went down the children’s clothing aisle and located the girls underwear section. I found a selection in my daughter’s size and hung them at her eye level for her. We then asked her to pick two packets – one at a time that were her favourite. Letting her have control.
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We have been potty training for nearly a month now. It all happened so quickly; one minute my daughter flatly refused to even acknowledge her potty as anything more than a seat for her teddies. Then one Sunday afternoon she wanted her pull ups changed, with them all ready around her ankles and shuffling towards me in the kitchen. I guided her back to the living room and asked her to sit on her potty for 1 minute while I finished prepping dinner.
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