Childhood Diseases

Posted by: SUNSHINE | 2010-02-05




As a quadriplegic what procedures to use to help my child with toilet training. she is 21 months old and she tells me when something is coming finding that I can' t help immediately. Sometimes I feel that I' m failing my daughter. She don' t understand that mommy can' t help but she can coach her to help herself. Sometines the nanny is not nearer for emergencies like to help her with toileting...

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This is certainly a difficult problem for you.I cannot think of a way in which you could respond to your daughter's call immediately.Having a nannay close at hand to help is only part of the answer.Perhaps one of our forum members will have the correct advice for you

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Posted by: SUNSHINE | 2010-02-09

Thank you for your advise. I like the one of not more than one potty and lets hope it will help...

Posted by: Tasja | 2010-02-08

Get more than 1 potty,and put it in the living room,or kitchen or bedroom.So,that if she wants to go she or you are always near a potty.And dont worry, it comes so quick,that even i cannot help my LG fast enough.Dont worry it comes right with time.I find with my son few years ago when i trained him,to have more than one potty in more than 1 place helps alot!If they are in the living rooms,its very far to run down the hall to the loo for them,they cant control it really at such a young age!

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