We now have a newborn and my 33-month-old daughter in diapers.
The only good thing about that is that we have races to see who can get their diaper changed faster, Ana or Lucas. He's three weeks old. That way Ana won't fuss about a diaper change as she often does.
But we think it's time that she starts learning to go on the potty. We have two: A plain one and a Dora one. But so far, no interest.
Ana says she's scared of the flush.
A friend of my wife let us borrow a couple of potty books. My mother-in-law got her big-girl underwear. And we talk about the using the potty often.
I know there's a school of thought that says she'll go on the potty when she's ready and to push her only invites a lot of cleaning up little accidents.
But I got think there's more we can do to encourage her using the potty. Any suggestions?