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We are making steady progress on this, we have even gotten 3 BMs in the toilet. Hooray! But most of the time we are at home and he is bottomless. We have had a few successful trips out with underwear on, including bus rides downtown.
But today I am driving down to the beach with my mom. It is about 1hr 15min drive. He usually warns me with plenty of time when he has to pee so it would be easy for me to pull over to the side of the road. (TMI: he had a BM last night before bed so I don't anticipate one until later in the day after we are home)[Poll]
Re: N2IFR: Potty training
I would put him in a diaper or pull ups just incase he does have an accident. I would hate from him to ride in a wet carseat.
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I don't have pull ups. I cloth diaper so I only have those or cotton training pants.
An accident in the car seat is what worries me. I'll pack extra diaps to clean up any mess that may happen in the car seat. Hmmm... potty training isn't easy
Well since you CD, maybe you could do a CD and just remind him frequently and I recommend you stop more often than you need to to offer potty time. Oh and put something in the seat under him just in case. Maybe a piddle pad if you have one or a flat fold?
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I think it is so confusing to put a diaper back on when you are trying to teach them not to pee in their pants... I would get those really thin absorbing pads like they use at the hospital and put that on his carseat. Put him in underwear and make him go before you leave the house...remind him to let you know if he needs to go. Remind him during the drive to let you know... constant reminders.