12 tweets about potty training which will make you feel less alone
Toddlers, for the most part, are wonderful.
You're past the 'baby-baby' stage and have a real little person with their very own personality on your hands - they're walking, talking, learning at a crazy pace and can be fascinating and fun to be around.
Just not when they're toilet-training.
If you can afford one of those scary €100-an-hour nannies who can potty-train a child in two days, more power to you.
If not, you might have forgotten what your house smelt like before there was pee on the floor in most of the rooms.
It's tough out there for potty-training parents, as these tweets demonstrate.
The joy of finding a pair of undies in the diaper bag when you forgot to pack extras...
the horror of discovering them used #pottytraining
— FirstDraftMom (@PeachyParenting) September 28, 2017
At this point, it’s easier to point out where there’s not pee on the carpet #pottytraining
— Rebecca Lang (@rlang165) September 28, 2017
— carhar (@Eitas1) September 28, 2017
— Jeannie Marie (@JeannieMarie87) September 29, 2017
"Do something that scares you every day," I whisper as I leave the house with my potty-training toddler.
— Leslie Gaar, Writer (@lgaarwrites) July 8, 2017
— Old Bones (@OldBonesBfd) September 29, 2017
— Annette (Netty) Freeman (@Annette_Freeman) October 8, 2017
Friend: Does parenthood really change you?
Me: I called other people about my kid pooping in the toilet today.
Her: So that's a yes.
— ParlerToddler (@Parler_Toddler) August 16, 2017
That moment when you realise you've been walking round with your potty training toddler's poo on your top all afternoon... pic.twitter.com/Up6MkfkyRL
— MummyLinks (@MummyLinksApp) August 22, 2017
You know you are a parent when someone texts you a pic of poop in a potty and your first reaction is "Hurray!!" #pottytraining 💩
— Jenny Nuber (@NuberTweets) September 21, 2017
— The Children Stole My Brains (@SCFBookwalter) September 22, 2017
We think Taryn sums it up best:
If you're considering potty training my advice is don't.
— Taryn (@LykainaRose) October 10, 2017
We're just kidding! There is light at the end of the tunnel, or pee in the potty, if you will.