My dd has been potty trained since this past summer. Our biggest hurdle, like with most, is getting her to tell us that she has to go when we are out. We passed that one pretty easily a few months ago, but it has backfired on us. She won't go potty, even at home, unless we say "Go Ahead, Go Potty, Sweetie." She has been having temper tantrums because we didn't hear her in time, granted permission to go too late and then we have a ticked off 3 year old who is wet. Like this morning, I was in the shower, the fan was running and she was standing outside the bathroom door saying she had to go potty. Did I hear her? No.
Life. Anyone else have something like this happen?
*Edit. We NEVER ONCE told her to ask us for permission to go potty. EVER. When we are out all my kids have to do is say they have to go. I've seen it come up in the comments and that is something I didn't state. But her telling us she has to go potty has turned into her thinking she is asking to go potty rather than simply stating a basic need.