Hi, 1st time asking a question. I have a 12 month old daughter. She's always reached her physical milestones early, rolling over, crawling, walking, etc. Lately my mom has been making comments about how next summer we (as in the whole family) will be potty training dd. Next summer dd will only be 20 months old at the latest. I want to wait to potty train until dd is ready. I was a "late" potty trained child and maybe that's why my mom is pushing? What's a tactful way to state that we will be waiting until dd is ready? Has anybody else dealt with people already talking about potty training with a 12 month old?
Some background: Really close Italian family with everybody in everybody elses business. My mom has always respected our parenting ideas before. And she gets her feelings hurt super easily.
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