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J sent me a pic of Mason potty training, LOL...so cute! **UPDATE--ETA**

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 We still aren't really talking since all that mess in December and I've only seen Mason once since then.  I found out that she lost her job last week, so I did call her and give her a pep talk and told her that even though we are not at a point in our relationship to talk regularly, I do still love her and to keep her head up.  Out of the blue she sent me this photo today and said it's his cheese face.  Ignore the crap in the background.  I'm sure it's mess that Mason made and she hadn't cleaned up yet, LOL.  Truly- she has always impressed me with her cleaning skills, LOL!  I miss this face! 

 Thanks ladies!  I thought it was a fun picture.  He's even got a book and everything, LOL.  I did call after getting the picture and we talked about him.  She says that he still isn't talking well enough to be able to express that he has to go potty, but they are trying to get him used to the idea.  She said that his vocabulary is expanding, though, and I just know that he'll be stringing sentences together before long. 

The pic does lead to interesting questions, though:

Do you remember how old your child/children was/were when they were fully potty trained?

If you have both sons and daughters, which were easier?  Boys or Girls?

All of mine were right around age two or soon thereafter.  The girls were by far the easiest in my family! 

by on Feb. 12, 2013 at 6:01 PM
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amylulu1
by Amy on Apr. 12, 2013 at 12:30 PM

 He was so incredibly cute!  Great pics! 

Quoting suzeebloch:

Oh.  Jessica was a nightmare to potty train - and she wet the bed consistently until she was nearly 7 years old.

Johnny hardly needed any potty training at all.  But then looking back, he's always been an "odd" child.  Shared willingly.  Very academic. Very quiet.  No teenage angst.  An "abnormally"  good kid.  I had no issues whatsoever with that child with the exception of when he was a toddler - but I believe THAT was "normal."  Makes me wonder sometimes if that stupid brain tumor that was discovered when he was 19 had anything to do with it. 

 

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by on Apr. 13, 2013 at 12:15 AM

Too cute :)

caro100
by Carol on Apr. 13, 2013 at 1:51 AM

Cute pic.

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