Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Potty Training

Es Hora De Ir Al Bano Para Niño's (Time to Series) (Spanish Edition)

Guess what we are reading?

I bought this book for Diego when he was two and I had not planned on pulling it out for a few more months. Mateo, as usual, had other plans. With no prompting from me, Mateo has decided that he is ready for potty training and is actually very successful at it. The process with Diego was long and difficult so I decided to wait until Mateo was three this time to even introduce the idea. I do not know if it is the fact that Mateo wants to do EVERYTHING just like his big brother, but this time around I think will be much easier. Even though I am not a big fan of changing diapers, this is another big sign that my "baby" is growing up fast. I can't help but smile though because he is just so proud of himself.


4 comments:

  1. My daughter is showing signs of wanting to potty train. But I definitely know the feeling of the baby growing up. Her diaper is like her last little vestige of baby-ness and once its gone...she's all little girl.

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  2. Yay! Good Luck! We are potty training right now too, pretty good so far but not all the way there yet. Have you seen the potty train (choo choo train) craft that we made awhile ago?
    http://craftsandartforchildren.blogspot.com/2010/04/potty-train-craft-all-aboard.html

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  3. How neat! We had inherited the same book in English from someone, and Anna really enjoyed, especially since we don't usually buy sound books for her. I hope Mateo is going to be "all done" with potty training soon.

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