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Saturday, February 10, 2007

Big Boy!

Well, not yet really. We started introducing the potty to Teagun around 18 months and he still really has no interest in it. If I can get him to sit on it even once a week, I'm happy. This potty training thing is going to be very frustrating, I can tell. He will tell me when he is going "poo-poo", but then when I ask him if he wants to go on the potty he yells at me, "NO!" If I try taking him in there he just screams, so I haven't really pushed it too much yet. My nephew was totally trained by 22 months so I was hoping Teagun would be the same...but that is not going to happen! I keep telling myself "patience, patience, patience." Hopefully this summer (crossing my fingers!)


Jennifer said...

I know how you feel, we are going through the exact same thing with Devin (and have a very similar potty). Good Luck! I agree, I am afraid it is going to be a frustrating process!

Marci said...

What a great backmail shot! I'm not looking forward to this upcoming time either.

Anne-Marie said...

LOL! I'm convinced Teagun looks adorable in ANY situation.

About the potty training thing, my grandmother apparently has some crazy technique. I was asking my mom about potty training my brothers, and she said ",I didn't do it. I sent them to Nan's for the weekend, and they came back potty trained." We may be sending Brick to Nans if he decides to be difficult!

Jaidean said...

Anne-Marie -- you need to get her technique and share!!!

Janice said...

What a great shot! Wow, it's great he let you take a picture on the potty. My son (20 months still hides in the corner when going number 2 - I'll have to take a picture of it). Anyway, your son is gorgeous and ver photogenic! Good luck with the potty, Teagun!!

Erin said...

That is the cutest shot! It looks like a advertisement for toddler toilet seats or something. Love the pants around the ankles too. LOL!! You must hide a copy of this photo somewhere in case he destroys the original someday in fear of you showing it to a girlfriend/wife.