So we have been *so* close to graduation for...well, at least a year. DD will be two at the end of this month, and she's been wearing underwear during the day, and pretty much staying dry with only occasional misses, since she was a year old. However, I have to take the initiative to keep her dry. If I back off, she pees on herself. For a while there we got to where I just had to ask if she needed to go, and she would answer truthfully yes or no--if she said no, I could trust that she wasn't going to pee herself, and if she needed to go she would say yes and then go potty. But recently she went back to always saying no and then peeing on herself every few hours. I resorted (again, lol) to "bribing" and persuading her to use the potty even when she says she doesn't need to go. (I offer special toys, different locations, I have her help me go first and then she takes a turn, or I say her doll needs to go...etc.) But she's very much in a "I do it!" stage right now, and I want to honor that by letting her take control of when she goes. At the same time, I don't want to let her pee on the floor, especially when I know that by working together we can avoid that, and I certainly am not willing to put her back in diapers (although I have had a couple days when I resorted to trainers). I've actually considered trying something like this: http://www.pottytimeinc.com/. It's a watch with a timer you can set. The toddler wears the watch, and when the timer goes off, they know it's time to go potty. Honestly, I think DD would LOVE it--she's nuts about jewelry (such a girly girl, lol), and she really likes routine (well, of course, since she's two). But it seems...I dunno, a little non-EC-ish to me. I don't know why. Any thoughts? Would you try something like that? Anybody have better ideas?