naptime potty training

Re: 3 Day Potty Training eBook

Tuesday, June 5th, 2007

Individual experience. Results will vary.

Hi Lora,

Thanks for your response and support. Hooray! We’re technically on day 5. Yesterday, day 4, Rohan went all day without any accidents! Amazing. And I took him on an outting and he did great! He’s continued to keep his bed dry at nap and nights - 3 nights in a row! It’s all so great. I still feel that we’re in the learning stage - and I’m extra cautious. But I can’t believe how well he’s really doing. I see the next step for us being getting him to sit on a toilet (right now he’s into his little potty). But I’m fine sticking with the potty for a time. Thanks for your method - I found it so helpful. And really one of the best things is your willingness to connect as mentor - that was great. Anyway - just wanted to say thanks and let you know what a success the whole thing has been.



RE: potty training boys

Friday, June 1st, 2007

Individual experience. Results will vary.

We are having wonderful success with your program. It “clicked” with our 2 1/2 year old son by the end of the first day, much to our amazement as the only form of potty training before this was begging him to tell us when he need to go and in return getting a firm “NO”. This has not felt stressful at all (except for the initial 10\12 hrs when I was still unsure). We had a great second day, dry pants every time but one, and then only a little dribble on the way to the potty. He has made it through naps and both nights completely dry as well. He even went on demand before bedtime last night. I am so thrilled with this instant progress.

But now I have a couple of concerns; first off, we are at the start of the third day and he has not yet had a bowel movement even though he has eaten well. Would there be anything else you could suggest? I know he understands the concept as we had a couple false alarms where he only passed gas once he is on the toliet. Secondly, when he wakes up dry from nap and overnight, he still is waiting an hour to hour and a half before he is ready to go. If you have any additional tips to offer, I am willing to listen and try!

My son loves feeling like a big boy and bragging to Grand parents and others that he doesn’t need diapers any more. I can’t thank you enough for your wonderful advice you have written what should be common sense, but what we overlook as parents when we are too close to the matter. I will be referring my family and friends to you program as well!!! :)

Thank you,
Laura, Ron and big boy Cameron


Tuesday, May 22nd, 2007

Individual experience. Results will vary.


I just wanted to let you know that this past Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, my son (who just turned 3 on May 5th) and I committed ourselves to potty training success. No one at work or church thought that it could be done in 3 days, but we proved them wrong.

He had 3 accidents on Friday. During the 2nd accident, he was able to stop mid-stream & finish in the potty. He’s pooped in the potty too! We’ve had no accidents during nap or during the night. He seems to have just been waiting on someone to tell him that it was time to do this. I waited so long because of all of the things we had going on this year - new baby, new house, started preschool, Thanksgiving, Christmas, etc . . . I was scared with all of these big changes in his life, that he’d just regress.

On Sunday, we had a ceremony & gave him a Certificate of acheivement with his name on it as well as a spider man costume that he loves to wear.

I’m so glad we’ve done this & I’ve told all of my friends where they can find your book online. My daughter will be 1 in June. Having 2 in diapers was costing us a fortune (as I’m sure you know having so many kids yourself). Thanks for the help! I can’t wait to use this on my daughter once she’s old enough.

Thanks again!


Re: Help

Monday, May 21st, 2007

Individual experience. Results will vary.

Hi Lora

I am not sure why the email was received blank on your end. Cyber error I guess. Anyway my original questions are irrelevant now.

Today I completed the three day potty training on my 26 month old son. I want to thank you so much for your help through your ebook. It was a hard and tiring 3 days especially the first day but my son definitely knows when he needs to go potty and he is able to tell me before he goes. He even has been waking up dry after bed time and nap time. He still needs lots of practice though because he sometimes pee without letting me know he has to go. He is also still holding his pee and especially his bowel movements until he has no choice but to let it go. He gets really scared when he has to make a bowel movement, he is scared to do it in the potty and he is scared to do it in his underwear. It is also difficult getting him to sit on the potty after a nap when I know he needs to go and also before nap. I will keep at it for the rest of the week because he has made tremendous improvement over the last three days.

I have to tell you that I am nervous to take him out to church and other public places without pull-ups. I am nervous that he will have an accident or he may tell me right before he needs to go and I will not have time to get him to the washroom. Are you sure that I can take him out in just underwear?? Maybe I should start praying now that it will indeed work :)

I will definitely refer friends to your site and although he is not totally comfortable with the change, I think I do have bragging rights. Thank you.

Linda Griffith

People are amazed that Sara is potty trained already

Saturday, April 28th, 2007

Individual experience. Results will vary.


Good Morning. THANK YOU so much for another copy of your book. That was very gracious of you and I truly appreciate it! People are amazed that Sara is potty trained already and especially can’t believe that she is potty trained at nap time and at night. I will recommend, and have recommended, this book to any mom who is going to start potty training. Thanks again.

God Bless,

Jen Reese

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