Tuesday, September 11, 2007

Potty Training and a Stephenism

I've seen that I'm not a talented potty-trainer. For example, when Stephen was in a pull-up recently, I noticed it was wet, so I said we should go to the bathroom and change it. He said, "No, I'll just wear it for a few days." Stephen has been in and out of this phase for a while now (we took a break before and after the move), and we have made progress, but not as much as I thought. Our main problem is lack of consistency - he's getting very rebellious and I'm getting very tired.
My goal is to have daytime dryness before the baby's born, so I plan to buckle down and not be afraid of accidents...

3 comments:

Beth said...

lol Isn't it so much fun? Caleb's coming along ok. I use cloth training pants because he doesn't like to feel wet, but it keeps him from leaving puddles on the floor.

Krajca Family said...

Have fun with that, and take notes! I'm sure potty training a boy is totally different that poty training a girl.

Hey, can you send me the recipe for that yummy veggie thing you always used to make.... the one with bread, cream cheese (or was it sour crea?) and chopped up veggies. We're having scrapbook night on Friday, and it sounded yummy to Christi and I.

Thanks!

Beth said...

I want that recipe too. :) You can send it to me on facebook if you get the chance please.