Cora has really started to get the hang of going potty. She’s been peeing in the potty for quite a bit of the summer and just recently surprised us by doing number 2 TWICE in the potty this past weekend. On Monday, she went grocery shopping with Geron at the local Wally World and used a BIG potty without complaint. In the evenings this week, she has told us when she needed to go potty, we’ve taken her, and she has used it 99% of the time (dry diaper every time except for some poopies).
While we are having great success with Cora at home and when we are out, she is refusing to use the potty at preschool/day care. Her teachers are both really sweet ladies and one of them is QUEEN of potty trainers. The potty in Cora’s classroom is a toddler-size version of a real, flushing toilet. Nothing there to be scared of really, especially since she’s been sitting on larger toilets in public places and now at home. So, does anyone have an idea why Cora won’t use the toilet at school? Geron suggested that perhaps he and I are the only people she trusts to take her to the potty. It makes since. ADVICE is welcome. Please help!