I had a baby april of this year. I also have a two and a half year old. I should of started potty training when i was pregnant but i had such a tired pregnancy. they did all kinds of tests but decided it was just the pregnancy making me tired. well now i'm paying for not potty training. we have to buy lots of diapers and my husband works third shift so he sleeps durring the day. it is so hard to try to potty train and take care of a infant. i think he's become to attached to his diaper. i'm kicking myself so much for not doing it while i had the chance. he doesn't like me changing his diaper and he doesn't like using the potty. i don't know if he knows the sensation of going. we bought some underwear with 'cool' characters on them like some diego some spiderman. and some rubber undies because we didn't think he was feeling himself get wet in the diaper. but he'll go right after he gets off the potty. this to me is so frustrating i tend to give up shortly after i start to try again. i don't know what to do. how do i handle a infant and potty train a toddler?
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