I know there are always a million potty-training questions on here, but since everyone's situation is different I thought I would still ask...
DD just turned 3. We've had the little pink potty in our bathroom since she was 18 months old and she's been introduced to it repeatedly...she knows exactly what it's for.
I kept waiting, figuring when she was really ready to train, she would act more receptive to it. But now that she's 3 and still BEGS to be in diapers, it's got me concerned. She has actually peed in her potty about half a dozen times - the few times she was receptive to the idea - but the rest of the time, she will pee a diaper or Pull-Up and stay in it until I force her to get changed. Even in cloth panties, she will pee/poo and it doesn't seem to phase her whatsoever! I thought girls didn't like being wet? :-/
Do I keep pushing the issue or wait a while longer? I'm so confused.
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