Friday, May 07, 2010

Potty Training Cont'd

So how are we doing?? We are doing Ok. Taylor is still NOT READY. Although she thinks she is ready, she is not ready. Emily is almost completely pee trained. YEAH!! We do need to remind her here and there but that is ok. Poop on the other hand. YUCK! If I had had to deal with this with Connor I don't think I would have had another child. Connor was the perfect child. (At least in my mind now! LOL! I bet if you go back and read I thought otherwise at the time!). So if I can get Emily to start telling us and going Poop in the potty I will be a happy happy mom. Although one sort of potty trained is a great birthday present if you ask me. =)

So funny story of yesterday. It was my birthday. Surbjit made brownies the night before and said me and the kids can eat them for breakfast for my birthday. So I go in to wake up Connor. He gives me the usuall grumps and grumbles. Doesn't really want to wake up. So I say, "do you know what's for breakfast?" His answer, "No." I reply, "brownies!" I don't think I could articulate how fast he was out of bed and in the kitchen. I swear I had barely stood up from his bed and he was already in the kitchend (quite a feat since it's on the other side of the house!). Now I guess I know how to get him out of bed in the mornings LOL! ;)


MommyofSweetpea said...

That is great for Emily and I am sure that Taylor will follow. Just think you will never have to go through potty training again. That is something I am definitely not looking forward to. Hope your birthday was great!

Annalisa201 said...

LOL, and I thought my 3 were a handfull, couldn't imagine twins. Good luck! My 3 year old (b-day yesterday!) was potty trained about 9 months ago, but reverted to night-time diapers about 3 months later, and now back to dry nights thank goodness. With my now 6 year old, we waited until she was for SURE ready, which was after her 4th birthday, which was certainly fine with me. I was determined not to go through the MESS and NIGHTMARE's that we did by trying too early with my son (now 8). Later is better I reckon. But when they think they are ready, they probably are... Oh my, good luck!!!