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17/06/2010 at 13:50
Hi Potty Trainers,
Next freebie - One of three lovely P/T books - 1 for a boy and 2 for girls (say which you need in your post!)
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17/06/2010 at 14:32
Hi, i am currently trying to potty train my son who is almost 3 and due to start nursery in september he is getting on quite well now with doing pee in his potty but will not do poo in it for some reason, it always ends up on the floor even though he knows it should go in the potty!! So maybe a book he could look at about it will help and encourage him to know that he is doing really well and is a big boy now and he can take the final step and do a poo in his potty as well. I use a sticker reward chart for him and he gets a sticker each time he uses the potty which seems to be working really well so far and he has just filled the first row of it today so we are off to get him a treat for doing so well.
So i would like the boys book if possible as i think it would really help confirm things for him and make him even more proud of himself!!
17/06/2010 at 14:53
17/06/2010 at 15:50
17/06/2010 at 15:59
I would love the girl book please
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17/06/2010 at 16:24
Ethan & I love Pirate Pete but I have read it until I know it off by heart!
We would love a change & definetely happy to let everyone know what we think!
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17/06/2010 at 20:11
Hi - I agree with Sam above, I bought the boy version of the book this week so I don't need one but would be happy to review anyway. It's def worth adding to the list of essentials for potty training. Although I'm not offically starting training until the weekend I'm reading this to my son a few times a day because he loves books and picks new words and concepts up very quickly. I hoping that if we read about "wee wee's" and "poo poo's" and "pottys" enought then he'll be more comfortable with whats going on when we start properly. (We'll that's the plan anyway). He seems pretty interested so far so we'll see
18/06/2010 at 00:19
18/06/2010 at 11:16
I would love the girl's book as haven't been able to find any
Have been using one that I had for my son but would prefer a girly one for Keavney x
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