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Mom Covers House in Pee Pads While Potty-Training Toddler

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

💩 DAY ONE 💩 Am I doing it right? 😂 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 ... Shona McLoughlin Photography

Posted by Shona McLoughlin on 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 mom 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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