What do you mean by "trying"? Are you enforcing things, or just encouraging her to take more of an interest/responsibility? It's real important not to push it. My dd took a very strong interest in being potty trained before she was two and she's almost three now and still not 100% potty trained. You have to let them do it on their time though, if you push it they usually regress.
Anyway, what we did was get her one of those kid toilet seeds that you put on top of a regular one, and a stool so she can independently climb up. I hate those kid plastic potty things, I personally think they make potty training worse, unless you're going to take that everywhere you go. My Mom, whose potty trained all six of us, also thinks it's best to put the kid straight on the toilet.
Make sure she sees you doing it too, and you can even announce (to her) when you're going to the bathroom, so she realizes it's a foreseen action. good luck
at 11:43 AM on Apr. 18, 2011