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Mum Covers House in Pee Pads While Potty-Training Toddler

Mum's Potty-Training Method Involves Covering ENTIRE Home in Wee-Wee Pads

๐Ÿ’ฉ DAY ONE ๐Ÿ’ฉ

Am I doing it right? ๐Ÿ˜‚ Sat here waiting for her to pee. Do I just keep sitting her on the potty and hope she gets it?

I'VE NO IDEA WHAT I'M DOING

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Shona McLoughlin Photography

Posted by Shona McLoughlin onย Tuesday, January 8, 2019

The idea of having potty-trained kids, in theory, is a good one. It means no more diapers and greater independence for our growing toddlers. But the process of actually potty-training them? It's a nightmare . . . a pee-soaked nightmare.

One mum in the UK attempted to get ahead of all that before beginning to potty-train her daughter. And she may have gone a smidge overboard.

"Am I doing it right?" Shona McLoughlin asked with a laughing emoji before posting images from "Day One." The series of photos showed the floor of her child's playroom completely covered by dozens of wee-wee pads typically used for housebreaking dogs.

"Sat here waiting for her to pee," she wrote. "Do I just keep sitting her on the potty and hope she gets it? I've no idea what I'm doing."

Clearly, but let's be honest: do any of us?!

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