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A child has the need to feel significance and belonging. Specifically attention and power. That need will be met positively or negatively;whichever is quick, easy, and consistent. Eating, sleeping, and toileting are power points because YOU CAN'T MAKE THEM. So the best advice I can give you is, stop trying. Make your interactions about connection first. ...
Nothing after supper, toilet before bed. Have 3 kids and they were all potty trained at 1 1/2. Pull ups are not necessary. Teach your child; it pays off! Rewards are also a great way to potty train- a sticker chart worked for one of mine.
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