My two year old has been potty training on and off on her own schedule since she was 9 months old. At this point, she can recognize when she has to go, she can pull down her clothes, sit herself on the toilet, relieve herself, wipe, and wash her hands...all by herself. She is even able to stay dry at night.
But after a week or two of being out of diapers, she will decide she wants to go back in diapers again (she has gone back and forth several times). Do I indulge her until she's ready to be out of diapers for good, or do i just throw all the diapers away and and say "no more diapers"?
Answer by MamiJaAyla at 10:19 PM on Apr. 5, 2010
Answer by Anonymous at 10:23 PM on Apr. 5, 2010
I'd say never let her go backwards! It sends mixed messages, confuses them. Once they are out, it's no more diapers for sure!! ;o)
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