My first son was so easy... sigh.
I'm currently attempting to train my 23 month old. He's been poop trained for something like 6 months. I figure if he's able to tell me he's got to go potty for poop he should be able to figure out peeing right? My oldest trained himself with little assistance from me at age 22 months, but he still had a month or so of poop trouble. This one definitely has poop down, it's just the pee. I've tried setting a timer so he can try often. But he totally resists and throws a fit if I try to tell him he's got to sit on the potty. Should I insist or just let it go? He's had some days of training that have been great, maybe only one accident. But then there are other days where he doesn't get any pee in the potty. Often he'll say "I've got to go potty", I'll get so excited, but then I realized he's already wet his pants. He really wants to wear underwear. He doesn't want to wear diapers. (I do put him in a diaper at night though). Sometimes I get him on the potty, only to sit there for awhile, have him get up and 2 minutes later pee his pants. Should I stick with this? I know he'll learn eventually, but am I looking at weeks here of changing wet undies and pants or months?