Bladder Buddy

I'll admit, potty training my little boy has been something I've been putting off. But last night I finally gave into the bribery method, offering one Tic Tac for every pee and two for every poo. So far, this has made him waaaay more enthusiastic about visiting the toilet. I had been trying for a more purist approach, using stickers and clapping as incentives, but that wasn't nearly as exciting as sugar. Between the candy, the Cars-themed underwear (I'd rather have Pee & Poo undies, of course) and Potty Elmo I feel like a total sellout, but the idea of not spending more dollars on diapers fills me with hope and glee. Here's some more good potty training tips. Wish me luck, and if you have any more potty training tips, post them here!

1 comment

  • Colleen

    OMG I am so with you. This so called ‘Intentional Parent’ is giving out stickers on potty useage and dollar store medals at the end of the day LOL.

    He’s caught onto my tricks tho. I’ve got a potty resistant boy. I’m trying my best to figure out what he needs, he’s almsot 4!

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