I think just 2 is too young, but if he's closer to 3 then it will be easier. The pediatrician said "If they're too young, it is YOU that is being trained, not them." That being said, my son (I did this during the summer), while at home, I let him wear a large t-shirt only (one that came down to his knees, almost like a dress), so if he had an "accident" it didn't spray across the room. Everything else was the same, looking for the signs (squatting, that "look" on his face" etc.). My Psyche prof told us a story about teaching his son to go in a toilet by putting a small handful of cheerios in the toilet and trying to "sink them" -- a good aiming excersise when they get to that point.
Just tid bits of advice -- not sure fire cures. All 3 of my kids trained completely differently. They boys definitley later, and none of them at just 2. Good luck! :o)
at 1:52 AM on May. 11, 2009