My son's 23 months old, and wearing underwear. He doesn't pee in it.. He will only take himself to potty, if he's wearing that, or a diaper, if he's butt naked, he won't initiate at all, and make puddles on the floor, even if he's 3 ft from a potty. Anyway, it is incredibly irritating to have to stop him when he's climbing onto his potty, to stand him up, pull his undies down, and put him back on the path to the potty. So, as he's wearing boy's underwear... I've been taking advantage of the *ahem* pocket space, to pull him through so he can pee, without having to intercept him as he's climbing on his potty. ... So my question is, is this sending him the wrong signal? Do you guys think he's going to think I'm saying it's ok to pee in his underwear, or do you guys think he's fully capable of making the distinction between his underwear being on and peeing.. and peeing in his underwear? =\
Edit: Also, before anyone asks.. no, he cannot pull his own underwear down. He can pull his arms out of sleeves, but is still struggling with taking pants/underwear off. That's why he still needs my help for this.