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Be patient. Try at 24 months with a girl and 30 months with a boy. If it's going to work, it will start working after three days of persistence. Try to take a long weekend so you can stay home and take the kid to the potty every so often (frequency depends on age, something like once an hour).

Create an incentive for success. Goldfish crackers or M&Ms candy are popular choices. One for pee, two for poo.

Some kids are also motivated by a progress board. Give stickers for success and let the kid place them on a sheet of paper or poster board. Small sticker for pee, big sticker for poo.

Be aware going into it that all kids are different. You can't tell until you try whether kid is ready. If you see no improvement after three days and the kid is constantly pooping him- or herself, stop the training entirely. Try again in 3-6 months.

Put a pull-up on during naps or trips away from home. You don't want an accident when you're out and about, and a young kid can't hold it when asleep. Accidents while asleep can be demotivating.

Lastly, when you're going to start potty training, stop pullups/diapers cold turkey if you can stomach the possibility of big messes the first few days. If the kid is ready, he or she will be motivated to use the potty purely by the feeling of wet or squishy underpants when they don't. Kids who aren't ready may not be bothered by this feeling, though.

Good luck! Trying potty training can be a stressful time at first, especially if the kid isn't ready. But being done with diapers is truly great. The first time we tried with our son at 24 months; he was not ready. We had a good half dozen or more gross underpants messes over the course of those three days. We tried again at 30 months and had much better success. YMMV but in general girls are typically ready at an earlier age than boys.
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That's because they are potty training UNDERPANTS so kids can get used to pulling them down and then back up (if they're not full!). So, if the daycare folks don't like them, just use regular diapers during that time.
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If your little one goes to daycare they don't like these because there isn't tabs for putting them on. You have to completely take off the pants and shoes in order to get these on versus Huggies and target brand you have tabs similar to diapers.
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If your little one goes to daycare they don't like these because there isn't tabs for putting them on. You have to completely take off the pants and shoes in order to get these on versus Huggies and target brand you have tabs similar to diapers.
That's because they are potty training UNDERPANTS so kids can get used to pulling them down and then back up (if they're not full!). So, if the daycare folks don't like them, just use regular diapers during that time.
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Not getting the $2 coupon for 2t-3t size. But I do get it for the larger size. What's up with that?
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No love for girls
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Can i use the boys ones for girls?
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Can i use the boys ones for girls?
Don't quote me but I believe training diapers like these have more padding in specific areas unlike baby diapers where I believe make no difference.
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Can i use the boys ones for girls?
I have and do. They are both doing the same thing in them. 🤷🏽 ♀️
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We have a 26 month old. Not super interested in using the potty yet. Have mini potty and toilet seats and stool for the normal toilets. Just ordered these. Any tips
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Can i use the boys ones for girls?
I think they are the same, my boys wore Wonder woman when the store was out of boys in their size, we didn't notice any difference.
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Not getting the $2 coupon for 2t-3t size. But I do get it for the larger size. What's up with that?
2t-3t price already lower, no coupon on that.
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I got 3t-4t (124count)

Total: $36.54
S&S: -$1.83
Coupon: -$2
Tax: +$1.90

Total: $34.61 (0.27/diaper)
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I got 3t-4t (124count)

Total: $36.54
S&S: -$1.83
Coupon: -$2
Tax: +$1.90

Total: $34.61 (0.27/diaper)
Why do you have tax? I thought they stop taxing diapers or it differs state from state?
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