child tells me when they have to go potty

Day 3…12:00 Noon…It clicked!…Unbelievable!!!!

Sunday, April 13th, 2008

Individual experience. Results will vary.

Unbelievable. After washing over 50-60 wet pairs of underpants … he finally got it! Today around lunchtime, he let me know he had to go, stayed dry, and made it to the potty like he was a pro at it! And not just once…the rest of the day!… All of a sudden it made sense to him. What amazed me was even when he was taking a bath, I figured he would just go in there and think it is his “free” time to do whatever, he stood up soaking wet with bubbles covering him and said “Mommy Pee Pee”. So we rush to the potty and he goes. That’s when I thought, I’m sold. This is the most unbelievable thing ever. And he also stopped playing outside (and that is the worst thing to him when he has to go back inside from playing), and said “Mommy Potty” and we ran inside..twice…and both times, dry pants and success in potty. AND before bedtime, I asked him if he wanted to try one more time before night night, he did it again successfully. This coming from a child who had no interest in sitting down on it the day before. It baffles me. I want to make a casserole for the lady who wrote this ebook. I am just shocked at how all of a sudden after a couple of days he just got it and no more accidents (so far). I can’t go into too much detail about how this works because of copyright by the author, but it is well worth every penny spent ( and in the grand scheme of things, $24 was cheap to be able to potty train in 2 1/2 days…I would have paid more if necessary if I would had known it was a sure thing and this easy for the long haul). He didn’t know anything about the potty on Thursday…unbelievable. And the plus side of this, all of the other parents I have read about who have tried this say accidents RARELY happen because of the thought processes they have gone through over the 3 day training period. … Unbelievable.

(Edited by Lora to save space; emphasis added)

It clicked!!!! Success! :)

Friday, April 4th, 2008

Individual experience. Results will vary.

Hi Lora,

Finally an email with just good news!! I can’t believe it, but we were actually able to take Allen out to a restaurant and a fun “Jump Zone” place with NO accidents tonight!!

It has finally “clicked” with him and he runs to the potty and says “I want to potty” and goes, doing almost everything by himself! We reminded him over and over while we were out, and sure enough, he told us when he had to go!

THANK YOU so much for this book! Sorry I had so many frantic questions, but this was an exhausting process. I didn’t want to give up, but with every set back, I was worried that there wasn’t an end in sight.

We’re still waiting on the big “poo poo” in the potty and accident free nights, but I know they are on the way shortly.

The effort you put into writing this book has been such a blessing to us. We are grateful to God for this success, and we thank Him for your good work in this book, too!

Ali Ellis


Monday, March 31st, 2008

Individual experience. Results will vary.

I just wanted to say a BIG THANK YOU!! This is something i thought would never happen! But my son is going on the potty! The true test was tonight when we left for 3 hours and he stayed dry. in the car he said he had to go and he held it until we got home about 6 miles! I was soo happy thanks to your book and your method it really did work! thank you sooooooo much!



Thursday, March 27th, 2008

Individual experience. Results will vary.

I just wanted to send you an update on Garrett. For the past 5 days he’s been dry day and night. What a difference I’ve seen in him. He daily gets more confidence and wanting to get less help from mommy. He has made trips to the store and erands has asked when he needs to go and no problems. We’ve come to an understanding about the poo in the bathtub and he will no go on the potty, willingly. Your suggestion about the jar was good. We took a babyfood jar and put in marbles, when it was full I had gone to the dollar store and bought small bottles of bubbles (5 for a dollar what a deal) and wrapped them as presents. He was so excited to choose a prize. I appreciate your help. I hope that all goes well from here out, I’m sure it will. A few more months till the new sibling arrives, I hope that we don’t backtrack, but I think he’s realized what a big boy he is and as long we treat him as so he’ll be fine. At least he’ll be potty trained for a few months- a good foundation. Thank you for your suggestions and support.

Thanks again,
Missy Brewer

Re: Toilet Training 20 month old.

Sunday, January 20th, 2008

Individual experience. Results will vary.

Hi Lora,

Just wanted to let you know that today (day 5) has been a great success. He is now doing wee and poo on the toilet and is coming and telling us when he needs to go. Also had another dry night last night. I really didn’t expect him to achieve what he has today, it has just been amazing. We stopped using the ************* yesterday. Would you suggest we stay at home with him for the next few days before going out to the shops etc just so he can keep making progress?

Thank you for your advice and also your ebook. I am so glad I found it on the internet as it has helped me to understand the toilet training process.

Kind regards,

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