A mom writes about potty training:
"My son is 2 years old and has been showing signs of potty training readiness for months. He sits on the potty often and always uses it to poop but he will not pee there. Instead, he holds it in, brings me a diaper and begs to pee in it. We take him to the potty, which is by the couch in the living room and have him sit down. Then he just sits there crying and wants to pee in the diaper. Sometimes I put him in cloth training pants and he will go in those, too, but not in the potty. He's been to the doctor so we know there's no infection or pain. We don't know what to do."
I'm so glad that this mom has ruled out anything medical. That's a good first start. I think that some of the problem comes from him possibly needing a little more privacy (some toddlers do not like to go when they're being watched) and he may not want to sit down to go pee.
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