Alright, so this past weekend was Labor Day and we go to Michael's (my husband) family cabin at the lake for holidays. I was nervous about going because we have been working so hard on potty training this week and they were starting to do so well. I knew that being at the lake with everyone and all the distractions that it might set us back a little and I was worried about it. So we decided to just go for two days. I was right in my assumption. It was utter chaos. It seemed all our hard work was being flushed down the toilet. They were so distracted with everything going on around them that it was just one accident after another.

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Ok so I didn't get to blog yesterday so I am catching up on day 7 of toilet training... The girls were doing good yesterday morning. They still won't go to the potty without me but come to tell me. Criton is more difficult. I think it is definitely going to take a little longer for him to get the hang of it. His big thing seems to be distractions. If he is playing hard, watching something, or other people (like Dad) are around he doesn't do as well. I have had a couple of times where he comes to me to go potty but I still mostly catch him when he starts a little.

Read more: Toilet Training Triplets: Day 7

Ok so today is day 6 of potty training our 19 month old triplets. I went to bed last night and woke up this morning thinking we were going to try this "one day potty training" method. I read all about it yesterday and though we might give it a shot. The first part starts with a doll. My kids had absolutely zero interest in the doll. I suppose they are just too young for that method (or being 3 it just was too much) although some people did claim to have success around 20 months.

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Here are a couple of pictures of our 19 month old triplets on their first day potty training! (A little late but we got them up!)

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I'm on day 5 of potty training our 19 month old triplets. Is it easy? No way! It is really hard and the mess is unbelievable but I see improvements everyday, so I know we are doing the right thing. I wish it was over but I know it is a long road but a great reward at the end. The one thing I wish is that I knew what our parents did (exactly).

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