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Any recommendations? Daughter is 21 months old and loves to read. She hasn't been much interested in the potty though we've had it available and offered off and on for some time now. I'd like a book to introduce into the rotation. Can't hurt, right? I leafed through a copy of Everyone Poops but it was a little broad for my taste and I wasn't nuts about some of the pictures. 

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We loved "Potty" by Leslie Patricelli. My daughter thought it was hilarious.

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My son loves that book too. He can practically read it to himself since he's had it read to him at least once a day for almost a year now. He loves the "Tinkle Tinkle Toot" page and will crack up every time he reads it.
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My DS loves that book too!
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Ooh I will look for this potty book! We have "no no yes yes" by the same author and DD LOVES it.
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I do love Everyone Poops.  We keep that one by my son's potty because he love to read it while he poops.  :)

 

Another one I liked was the Dr. Sears potty book, You Can Go to the Potty. 


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Haha DD loves the "tinkle tinkle toot" as well and will open right up to that page!

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How do we write posts or even ask questions? I am obviously new and was referred by my homeschooling group. We don't vaccinate but trying to find a doctor who will not judge or pressure our decisions. Thanks for any help
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How do we write posts or even ask questions? I am obviously new and was referred by my homeschooling group. We don't vaccinate but trying to find a doctor who will not judge or pressure our decisions. Thanks for any help

welcome to the forums!!!  when you are in a area that you would liek to start a new thread, you can use the turquoise button near that top (under the large title) that say [Start a New Thread] or add to the one you reading by clicking the other button there [Post a Reply] though it is a good idea to read to the end of a thread before replieng since the info could have been added to or updated as it goes. there is repluy buttons after the last post always as well.

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Any recommendations? Daughter is 21 months old and loves to read. She hasn't been much interested in the potty though we've had it available and offered off and on for some time now. I'd like a book to introduce into the rotation. Can't hurt, right? I leafed through a copy of Everyone Poops but it was a little broad for my taste and I wasn't nuts about some of the pictures. 

 

not sure about kids book, but the one i suggest every parent read is Oh Crap! Potty Training. http://www.jamieglowacki.com  truely great and a bonus that hte lady who writes it and the bog is a very great woman with a good parenting style


partners.gif 2twins.gif  So what if I don't fit cleanly into a defined parenting style, my kids don't fit into a personality archetype either!

 
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