My two year old has been potty training for quite a while (ten months) and for the most part does VERY VERY well. She is in undies almost all the time (besides nap time, bed time and when we're in the car). However, she is sometimes lazy - too busy doing something else - and just doesn't go to the potty. She knows better, she just refuses to stop playing to get up and go.
SO, I know everyone says not to punish a potty training child, etc. but after this much time and her simply not getting up and going, does that warrant a time out? Or do you just continue to let them pee in their pants because they don't feel like going?
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