So my daughter is just over 2 1/2 years old.
She's a good girl, and we're blessed enough to have Mommy be able to stay at home with her and her twin 9month old brothers. It's a slightly busy/crazy/loud house...
Anyway, she's potty trained - for #1. She's very good about that and hasn't had any accidents in about a month. So I think we're good there.
However, she can't quite grasp the concept of going "#2" on the potty.
She has done it a FEW times, but not many. She still goes in her pants, and it's very frustrating/disgusting...(as you parents know..)
What can we do to reinforce her to tell us BEFORE she goes in her pants so we can go in the potty???
We've tried the treat-bowl for #1, which worked...but it does not work for #2.
We don't want to get mad or yell at her....but it's starting to become hard not to...
PARENTS: Do you have any suggestions as to what to do to help??? (comment below)
Me and my wife THANK YOU!!