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Thursday, May 24, 2007

Busted!

Sam: Daddy and Sam eat chock-lick
Me: Did you and Daddy have chocolate?
Sam: Yes. We sheard it. It's all gone.

Now wasn't that nice of Daddy to share the last granola bar with Sam while I was gone last night? Problem is, now I don't have any more chocolate in the house to bribe Sam with. I guess we'll be taking a break from potty training today. (Yes, I know probably isn't the best way to potty train a child, but it works for us.)

4 comments:

  1. Do what you have to do! We used skittles, but boy oh boy...if someone would give me chocolate each time I used the potty...I'd be in their ALL THE TIME! :)

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  2. You're funny, Jennisa! Yeah, we used jelly beans, even though I know you aren't supposed to use food as a reward. But, it's only short-lived and you won't need to bribe him forever. So what did you bribe him with today? Actually, we switched to stickers after I started feeling guilty about the jelly bean thing. He perfers spider stickers:)

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  3. Well, I don't mean he prefers spider stickers to jelly beans (certainly not!), I mean he prefers spider stickers to, say, flower stickers or dragonfly stickers.

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  4. We actually do have trouble getting Sam to STOP sitting on the potty sometimes.
    After "making Brian out to be the bad guy" as he called it, I discovered that Sam wasn't correct in his statement about the chocolate being all gone . I was still able to use the chocolate bribe.(until I ate the last bar) He still gets stickers for #1. The chocolate is saved for #2.
    (haven't had to share any with him yet)

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