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IndianaJones Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Sep-14-07 01:53 PM
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3. Its funny. She is still young enough (5) that my wife still goes in with her...
She has not mentioned anything about the toilets at school, but I assume she uses them. It was bad enough that she would scream when confronted with sitting on one for a while, around the age of your child. We have another daughter that is a little older, and she saw her use it with no problem, and it improved from there.
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  -Crisis rbnyc  Sep-14-07 01:37 PM   #0 
  - I will address the potty part. My daughter was afraid of toilets in...  IndianaJones   Sep-14-07 01:46 PM   #1 
  - How did she get over it?  rbnyc   Sep-14-07 01:48 PM   #2 
  - Its funny. She is still young enough (5) that my wife still goes in with her...  IndianaJones   Sep-14-07 01:53 PM   #3 
  - Our son (now 8) is still that way.  trotsky   Oct-05-07 11:16 AM   #26 
  - Ohhh... three can be a heinous age!  LaraMN   Sep-14-07 01:54 PM   #4 
  - Other stresses:  rbnyc   Sep-14-07 02:40 PM   #9 
  - First off  laylah   Sep-14-07 02:27 PM   #5 
  - I feel much more normal..  rbnyc   Sep-14-07 03:24 PM   #10 
  - I just read the rest of your post. Let me assure you that none of what you are seeing...  IndianaJones   Sep-14-07 02:34 PM   #6 
  - The best I can figure...  rbnyc   Sep-14-07 03:27 PM   #11 
     - at places where he doesn't like to use the toilet...  IndianaJones   Sep-14-07 03:33 PM   #14 
     - We have tried every way...  rbnyc   Oct-02-07 10:09 AM   #24 
     - Can you try bringing the little potty to school and leaving it there?  wildeyed   Sep-14-07 04:32 PM   #15 
  - I'm not a parent, so take this with a heaping lump of salt.  SouthoftheBorderPaul   Sep-14-07 02:34 PM   #7 
  - Yes. good idea.  rbnyc   Sep-14-07 03:28 PM   #12 
  - No words other than hugs.  SarahBelle   Sep-14-07 02:36 PM   #8 
  - Thanks.  rbnyc   Sep-14-07 03:29 PM   #13 
  - This book helped me immensely with my strong-willed son.  wildeyed   Sep-14-07 04:43 PM   #16 
  - We stumbled through similar pottying problems  Ellen Forradalom   Sep-14-07 04:50 PM   #17 
  - the problem is you allowed him to dictate what was going to happen  nini   Sep-14-07 05:15 PM   #18 
  - Very very well said.  Fran Kubelik   Sep-14-07 06:41 PM   #19 
  - A few thoughts.  phylny   Sep-14-07 08:31 PM   #20 
  - Wow. Hugs.  lostnfound   Sep-18-07 05:23 AM   #21 
  - Fortunately I'm a senior executive at the facility...  rbnyc   Oct-02-07 10:07 AM   #23 
  - Thanks everyone.  rbnyc   Oct-02-07 09:58 AM   #22 
  - Good luck, and  phylny   Oct-03-07 09:43 PM   #25 
  - what a dilemma- kids can be so trying  blondie58   Oct-10-07 09:15 PM   #27 
 

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