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Sophie, my daughter, was easy. She is 4, and is quite the prissy girl. She cannot feel the slightest bit dirty or damp anywhere, and will have a fit if she isn't perfectly and totally clean. Total diva here, so potty-training was a breeze.
Now it's Xander's turn to follow suit and be a "Super Dooper Pooper" as we call it. Soon, we are hoping he joins the ranks of us and all of the other potty-poopers that came before. Okay, that sounded totally ridiculous and dramatic, but if you know my Xan-Man, you know first hand that cooperation often doesn't come unless we find ways to make him want to try something new. And these ways are often cheesy. Don't judge.
Anyway, our biggest challenges with potty-training Xander has been making him want to go to the big potty, and then making sure he is clean afterwards. Xander is still in training pants, and yes, we do use baby wipes. But that's not always practical in the bathroom, and have you seen what baby wipes accidentally flushed down a toilet can do? That's a whole different post entirely!