Well, I have decided to give it one more day, which is today. If no progress by the end, then the toilet will have to wait a couple of months until I have the energy to have another go. Although I will be eight months pregnant by then so that is a bit of an oxymoron.
While Hannah was still in her pajamas and nappy, I asked her if she wanted nappy or toilet today. She said toilet very firmly, followed by, "Nappy off". So off they came, she sat on the potty and promptly did a wee. So, after praise and chocolate I explained that if she needs a wee, she needs to say toilet. She doesn't seem to be getting this though. Every time I ask, "What do you say if you need a wee?" I get the reply, "Chocolate." Oh dear! She's two steps ahead and I just want a simple 'toilet' answer. Am not holding much hope out.
In the meantime, three out of the four children have had a sickness bug in the last five days. How did they manage to wait until the half-term? And as for me? Well, I have had nausea for two days, which feels better if I eat - a bit like morning sickness - so very odd. To be honest, I am sick of it now (lol) and just wish I would actually be sick so I could feel better within a few hours or just go away. The constant nausea is driving me to distraction.
So, with the sickness bug and potty training, we are off to a great half-term start. Still, it can only get better! Got the dentist to look forward to tomorrow and then blood tests on Thursday!