My two year old daughter is already potty trained.

@marisriel (1157)
Philippines
January 27, 2009 2:05am CST
I just want to share how proud I am that my two year old daughter already knows how to pee and poop on our toilet. She's so tiny but she already knows how to tell me that she needs to go to the bathroom and pee. She doesn't even wet our bed at nights. I'm saying this because I had a hard time training her older sister when she was that age but eventually her sister also learned it but after a later age. I think maybe the fact that she has an older sister who she sees peeing and pooping already by herself, makes my youngest easy to learn too.
7 responses
@mac_bb (156)
• United States
27 Jan 09
thats awesome i hope i can have my daughter potty trained by the time she is two. my plan is once she can start walking good, i am just going to be consistantly trying to teach her to potty, maybe bribe her with candy :) do you have any good tips for me?
@marisriel (1157)
• Philippines
27 Jan 09
You can do it! Maybe one of my good tip is let your child see you doing the toilet thing. I've always showered with my daughters so they see me peeing and pooping and maybe I think, it gave my youngest the confidence to do it easily.
@mac_bb (156)
• United States
27 Jan 09
so i take my daughter into the bathroom lock her in with me and just start taking a grumpy ha ha ha ha maybe i will just sit down and pee so she gets the idea. i would think the diffrent parts my confuse her?
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@marisriel (1157)
• Philippines
3 Feb 09
LOL, I didn't notice that you were a man, sorry. It may actually confuse her. I don't know how I will answer you because my husband won't let anyone see him peeing, even me
@modstar (9616)
• Philippines
5 Feb 09
Wow! Congratulations to you! You're such a proud mom for having such smart baby. You're daughter reminds me of my dog Moochie. When it was given to, me,my sister and my mom were shocked because Moochie really made an effort to go stumbling down the house to pee or poo. He's pretty smart. Well, maybe in the near future, you'll be teaching your daughter how to drive a car hehe..
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@marisriel (1157)
• Philippines
5 Feb 09
Haha, yeah, but that will be more than a decade from now[em]lol[/em Thanks!
• United States
27 Jan 09
That is great!!! My stepson was potty trained pretty early too. I was so proud of him. he was proud too!! There is so much that comes with being a parent. I bet you never thought you would be proud of your child pooping by herself. That's great!!! Good job.
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@marisriel (1157)
• Philippines
28 Jan 09
Yes, you are right. Parenting gives happiness on very simple things such as pooping
@rtslvtwy (1091)
• Malaysia
27 Jan 09
That's really wonderful. My 3 year old daughter also does know how to go to the toilet to pee and poop but at night we still put her daipers on as she will wet the bed. We are now trying her out on afternoon naps without daipers first.
@marisriel (1157)
• Philippines
28 Jan 09
She will learn to do it in no time because she's more than halfway through it. It will really save us more when we don't have to buy the diapers. What I do at nighttime is I let my daughter pee already before she sleeps. But the most wonderful thing about her is she wakes up in the wee mornings if she needs to pee and wakes me up too to bring her to the loo.
• Philippines
11 Feb 09
that's great for a 2 year old toddler...my daughter too knows how to pee in the bathroom and she will say "mommy wee-wee" and start to pull her undies down. sad thing is she doesn't know yet to advise if she wants to poop..
@marisriel (1157)
• Philippines
11 Feb 09
Don't worry, it won't take long and she'll learn it too:-)
• Philippines
9 Feb 09
I also have a two year old son, who is now potty trained. As a mother it is so rewarding to see the milestones that our child achieve. it makes our hearts smile. :D right? :D
@marisriel (1157)
• Philippines
9 Feb 09
You bet Anna. I'm overwhelmed with it that I can't help shouting it out here in myLot
@b3rn1c3 (40)
• Philippines
14 Feb 09
Awww... Can't wait for my son to be out of disposables for the rest of his life!