So, I seem to have to universe's most stubborn almost-three-year-old. Then again, I'm sure most mom's of toddlers think this.
My current problem is the potty. He hates it, and I don't know why. We went from the potty chair (unsuccessful) to using a seat on the toilet (moderately successful until the novelty wore off) and now I have plopped him, naked, on the potty chair in front of Toy Story. This is his usual pooping time, and I'd like to not have him sh*t in his underpants today.
Does consistent pooping in the chair (even if it's totally by accident, he's engrossed in something else and forgot to notice that he was pooping) lead to potty success? I feel like we're missing something here that other parents get.
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