Potty training is going very slowly.
We started two weeks ago. Most of the time, it feels like we aren't making any progress.
Although I kinda expected this. I'm feeling too lazy to push Blaise very hard. And he still seems so little to me, that I let him get away with quite a bit.
I haven't been very good with the whole making him go every hour. Mostly because I want to take naps, and window shop, and such. And Blaise gets to do those things with me.
Mostly, it's because he just hasn't been able to tell (or at least tell me) that he needs to go before he is already in the process.
Which led to us, wandering through the expanse of IKEA, and Blaise turning to me, and shouting at the top of his lungs, "Mom, I'm peeing!! I'm peeing right now!!"
(And I guess that I'm progressing in my parenting skills, because I didn't find this embarrassing at all. Just funny.)
It felt like things went so much faster with Roman. But of course, that could just be my retrospective rose-colored glasses.
But today, we had a breakthrough!
Blaise told me he needed to go potty, BEFORE he already had!
(Welcome to the world of parenting, where some days the most exciting thing to talk about is your child's bathroom skills or lack thereof. )