Learning To Potty Train & Read All At Once (Almost) Wordless Wednesday With Linky


Apparently she found the magazines in the bathroom! At 2 years old she is learning to potty train and I guess learning how to read all at once! Guess she is getting a head start on parenting as she is reading my parenting magazines! She cracks me up! 

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  1. Potty training took forever with my kids – hope you catch a break and success comes quickly!

  2. This is adorable! Whatever it takes! I remember those days too!

  3. Wow big girl, its been so many years since I went through the potty stage. I bet she will do great!!

    Have a great week!
    Oh My Heartsie Girl

  4. That is the perfect way to potty train. We did something similar and to this day the kids will bring a book into the bathroom with them. Some great life lessons.

  5. Awww, what a sweetie!

  6. That is really funny and so cute!

  7. I remember our potty training days, it felt like going through the trenches!

  8. Oh my how cute. I love that she is reading to pass the time.

  9. Never too young to read!

  10. I think girls are so much easier to potty train than boys! My girls were trained well before they were two – so simple! My son took forever!!

  11. It has been a long time since I had to do this with my kids, but grandchildren are here…so we will give it a try!!

  12. least she’s reading right?

  13. That is just so funny! ๐Ÿ™‚ I miss the baby/toddler stage. Have a great week!

  14. I have been through the pain of potty training only vicariously! I hear all about it from friends!

  15. They do what they see, right?:)

    My two-year-old is the same way, but she steers toward the dress section of the free magazines. I have the feeling she’s going to be an expensive little lady one day, because she has expensive tastes.

  16. I am entirely too glad that our house is mostly past this. good luck mama

  17. I remember the potty training days that I went through with the kids. I’m glad its all over now. ๐Ÿ™‚ Good luck

  18. Hehehe…I got home from a bakery trip today to see my 4 year old on the toilet with the door wide open, playing on my husband’s mobile phone. They quickly learn what toilet time is for! =)

  19. ellen beck says:

    She is multi tasking ๐Ÿ™‚ I bet she saw someone else take reading in, so she has found it a way to sit and relax. Makes good sense to me!

  20. Looks like she is off to a great start! lol She knows how this goes! My girls were easy to potty train as each of them wanted to be like their big sisters…the first one wanted to copy her older cousin so it made this task much easier for Mom!

  21. She definitely know how to start this process by the look of things! lol My girls were really easy to potty train as each of them wanted to be like their bigger sister. It made it so much easier on Mom!

  22. Oh how precious! It feels like my youngest has been potty trained for ever but I am sure it’s only be a couple of years. Once everything “clicks” it goes by really smoothly. Hope she trains quickly and the accidents are minimal ๐Ÿ™‚

  23. Too adorable! I remember when one of my younger siblings started potty training, he would do the same. Take my dad’s book and just sit in there pretending to read. Not a bad way to get in the habit. – Katy

  24. So cute! That is a great way to learn & multi-task!

  25. Too cute!

  26. adorable!

  27. Love it! That’s a great way to learn and have fun while doing it! I used to put toys on a shelf and when my son did it, he would get to choose one!

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