My DD just turned 18 months and we are out of diapers except at nap and bedtime. Not to say there aren't wet pants and puddles...;) She is great at going when I put her on the toilet, or outside, and especially when we are out she will tell me she has to pee. (even if i think sometimes she just wants to tour people's bathrooms!) She hasn't peed on the potty for many months - went through a stage of really resisting the potty, so I always took her to the toilet or outside. But now I'm feeling the next step is a bit of independence for her and at least making it possible for her to go on her own. I set up a potty station for her but she still doesn't like sitting on the potty, and hasn't peed there yet. We are also going to get a little stool so she can climb up on the toilet herself, though of course that will still happen with me nearby. (our bathroom is upstairs so it's not very easy for her to go on her own)
Any thoughts? I don't want to push her, but I'm also aware that sometimes you get stuck in a "baby" rut, forgetting that your toddler is growing and becoming more capable. Have a hunch independence will come from her deciding to pee on the potty again, and I'd love and suggestions to help that along.