Well, another week has come and gone in the potty training world we are in. There are officially big girl undies all over the house. Lalaloopsy, Minnie Mouse, Training Undies… They are everywhere it seems! But they are oh so cute!
Last week I shared that Lennox had such a great weekend – pretty much 4 days accident free! Then we started the school week again. Monday & Tuesday were BAD potty training days, lots and lots of accidents at school and at home and she just didn’t seem to care at all. It was a little discouraging but I knew it was normal and that she was going to go back and forth before she gets it completely.
Then Wednesday she turned around and only had one accident all day. Thursday and Friday were good days at school as well. Overall, the school week went pretty well, and she did very well at home.
Friday night we headed out to see Yo Gabba Gabba Live, so she went back into a pull up that evening since I had no idea what the bathroom and potty situation would be. I should note that we only use pull-ups now when we won’t be home for a long period of time and on the go. She just doesn’t give ANY notice yet when she has to potty, so when we are out and about it just works out better. So even though we have the pull-ups on, she is pretty much always staying dry and keeps asking to go when necessary. Through the whole trip to Dallas, the Yo Gabba Gabba show and home, she stayed dry and asked to go potty when she needed to go. She did the same the next morning at her friend’s birthday party. So, I am very proud of her!
This ^^^^ is Lennox’s mom….really?! look… but I had to take a picture of her on the potty… because you know what? She woke up completely dry this morning!!
Most of her accidents now are still #2, but we have had some successes over the past week, so it is slowly getting better. Does anyone have any tips on that? She is very unpredictable and you can never tell when she has to go!
With last week being a wacky week at school since it was Spring Break down here in Texas (different teachers, different children), my hopes are for a more consistent week this week as we will be back on her normal routine at school. We’ll see how it goes!