If you will remember, we've tried potty training in the past. I like to consider myself a go-getter and I think I am in many areas, except a few kinda random ones. For example, as Tabitha grows we are learning that Daddy is far better at teaching her to brush her teeth, swim and potty train. Mommy, um, not so much.
This past weekend Tabitha got a really bad diaper rash. We told her that big girls wear underwear and that if she did she wouldn't get rashes from the nasty diapers. Well, David convinced her to put on the underwear (something I've been unsuccessful at since she turned 2) and potty training commenced. She even commented that, "I don't like diapers. I wear underwear!" I was practically giddy. She seemed interested and motivated and we were gonna encourage every step.
Then she had two days of accidents. The thing that has both of us flummoxed is: She is good about sitting on the potty, and is great at telling us she has gone to the potty in her underwear--despite sitting her on the mini-toilet every 15-30 minutes, but she will not inform us before she goes. We're at a loss as to how to teach her to notice that sensation/feeling.
Ideas, suggestions, and tips are welcome.