So, precious Cubbie did awesome today--just that first initial accident and then no more accidents in the big boy underwear. Yay! We even went for a long walk and played outside, all accident-free. Hey-oh!
Then bathtime came.
And ... as I turned my back to dry off Naomi, I heard Cub exclaim, "Uh-oh! Chocolate in the water!"
Yeah it wasn't chocolate.
Needless to say, my gag reflex was in high gear as I cleaned out (read: BLEACHED) the tub and its toys. Cub got a quick hosedown and washing in my shower and all was well. Yeesh.
So, I'm not sure if his little Number Two In the Tub episode was the result of not wanting to do that action in the potty, or if was simply because he's, well, two. I'm guessing the former rather than the latter.
I know that Number Two training in le potty is typically the trickiest, so, does anyone have any tips? This little tub adventure was the first time that's ever happened--he typically hides to do his business. So, if he hides again, do I put him on the potty and try to explain that he should go?
Or should Nigh-Nigh and some tootsie rolls do the trick?
Any ideas are welcome.
Have a lovely weekend, friends!