Your toddler has shown toilet-training readiness and has even had some minor success peeing on the potty. Now she’s back to wetting her diapers and refusing to even try using the potty.
You plead, she’s defiant; you’re frustrated, she’s upset. What’s up?
Toilet training can be a process with setbacks, starts and stops. If the issue has become a source of stress and contention for you and your child, back off completely. Wait a few weeks before trying again. She may not be quite ready yet.
See also ...
- Toilet training tips and guidelines – from the American Academy of Pediatrics
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