Our sweet little Sophie is such an amazing girl. She is such a sweet heart and I just love her to death. For those of you that know our little angel also know that she is very strong willed....for instance when she decides to do something it's pretty much a done deal. When she decided she wanted to go potty in the toilet, she was potty trained. If she doesn't want to eat what I've made for dinner, it can be a long night. When she takes a bite and doesn't like it she hides it away in her cheek and won't swallow it. (Three hours after dinner I've found food in those chipmunk cheeks of hers...) Well back to my origional reason for this post.....Since Sophie has been potty trained she hasn't had hardly any accidents, actually the only time she has had an accident was when she was sick. The only problem we have to deal with with potty training is that Sophie is very particular about what toilets she will go in...she will just hold it rather than go in basically any bathroom other than our "Kids Bathroom". When we went to California after Christmas she did go at Nana & Papa's house and Grandma & Grandpa's house. Well, this weekend we went to my Grandma Larsen's house, my cousin Peter just got home from his mission and my parents and little sister Whitney came up for the weekend. We decided to spend the night at Grandma's house with everyone....the only problem was that Sophie wouldn't go potty at Grandma Larsen's house. She played all night, slept all night, woke up dry,then cried for 30 minutes while I had her sit on the toilet to "let it out". Finally, we were going to be late for Peter's Welcome Home and so I got Sophie off and did something I've never done. I put a diaper on her and told her to go in it. I was worried that she would get sick or something. Do you think she liked this? No. Do you think she would go in a diaper? No. Well she held it all day until we got home to our house that night. That's right, our little 3 year old held it for 26 hours.........I can't even do that. Any suggestions?
8 months ago