repetition, encouragement, reward, nice gentle tone, repetition, constantly ask if they need to go, repetition, encouragement :D

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Put a cheerio's or fruitloops in the toilet and tell them to hit them.

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Right now we're doing the sit down method since they see me pee way more than my hubby because of his work schedule. But that's a good idea for later, thanks!

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I had twin boys, we used a star chart for them, it worked well, after 10 stars they got a gift

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ping pong ball in water as a target is good they float so they will stay on the water<br />
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there is also a real good invention called a 'weeman' wish they had it when my son was 2

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Don't teach them to stand up when they pee. With our kids it worked to just take their diaper off.

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Teach them the Potty Dance!

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Make them try to go even if they tell you they don't have to and when they do go make it a big deal (tell them good job, maybe even give them a treat)

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with my boys it was easy, after i got the older one trained the little one trained himself ...my secret is candy lol

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Show them how and do not force it. How many normal men do you know that poo in their pants?

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None in real life, but there seems to be TONS on ep.

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tell them that the toilet needs food

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This is both funny and disturbing.

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potty training has little to do with you & more to do with the kid. they have all the power. if they seem interested & want to they will. if they have no clue, don't seem to notice when they go they probably aren't ready & you will have lots of accidents. some kids take longer to notice bodily functions. if they don't mind wet or messy diapers do yourself a favor & wait till they do notice.

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