i must have missed that memo. see i thought that the longer you wait, the shorter the process will be, and the more fully able the child will be to actually grasp what they're doing, rather than training YOU to take them every so often to be sure you catch it in time.
but apparently, if your child is not potty-trained by two then clearly you're just trying to keep them a baby as long as possible "Im not bashing but IMO a toddler should not be wearing a diaper anymore I think its just a way of keeping your child still young as long as you can!"
well, it all makes sense now. atleast i know why i waited til 2.5 years of age, i had some hidden desire to keep my child in diapers as long as possible, because we all know how exciting and fun changing diapers constantly is. who would want to get them out of diapers any sooner than necessary? not to mention the expenses of diapers, that just adds to all the fun of keeping them in them as long as possible. (heavy sarcasm over)
**this does not apply to those star children who were potty trained in infancy or children with developmental delays**
Answer by minnesotanice at 1:18 PM on May. 27, 2011
Answer by daughteroftruth at 1:16 PM on May. 27, 2011
It is just an every kid is different. When a kid is ready they will do it. Some take longer than others and some need more of a push. Personally I wouldn't really push the issue until around 3.
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