My almost 3-year old daughter was doing so well with potty training up until the lockdown 2 months ago. She had a serious regression, where she would take off her diaper and soil on the floor quietly... I've tried not to add pressure and have given her a complete break for about a month. I got her some stickers and a chart this weekend and tried to start getting her excited again, but it's not working- she still tells me no. I just ordered a tub of chocolate-covered raisins that should be arriving on Wednesday, and I will try again with that... clearly I am desperate :) Does anyone have any tips, it's hard not to add pressure because she isn't necessarily having accidents, she will intentionally go to her corner and remove her diaper to do her thing.
One other sort of related question, we were going to start transitioning her to a toddler bed since she's climbing out from her crib a lot more. Should I hold off and do one thing at a time?
Thank you in advanced... with everything going on in the world, it's hard to feel helpless even in your own home! Sending good vibes to everyone!
Update: We have gone the naked route at home and that she's now been going to the restroom on her own for the past 3 days with minimal accidents (at bedtime we are still using pull-ups for now)!! I would like to introduce underwear again at home instead of just nude, but I am afraid she's going to think it's similar to diapers and just forget the potty. Maybe I am overthinking it.