Before we left Oklahoma over a month ago, Ezra was doing pretty well with potty training.
Since we've been in Reno, it has been going... not so well.
Today I am at my parent's house, and I don't have a car, so I decided it would be a good day to tackle the big boy potty once again.
I made a sticker chart and then promptly realized I didn't have any stickers, so I made some of those too. Ha.
If Ezra goes pee, he gets to put a sticker on the chart and then gets his choice of fruit snacks or a teddy graham cookie.
See the little grunting guy on the chart? He represents going poo-poo. If Ezra goes #2, which he still has never done on the potty, he gets some little new toy. (like a new hot wheels car or something.)
Lord, I hope this works. I am so sick of changing diapers. And buying diapers.
Any potty training tips for me? I feel like I have no idea what I'm doing. (Because I DON'T.) I mean, maybe this chart will do more harm than good... maybe Ezra will be grown and still demanding candy every time he goes potty? That would be real lovely.
What worked for you more experienced parents out there?