Toilet Training Pt.4 (End)

our lovely cloth diaper stash

One of the most anticipated days as a mother for me has finally come. I knew we can eventually do it, after witnessing my baby's first steps at the age of 13 months, the day where she didn't ask for breast milk at the age of 23 months, and now it's the moment I can proudly say that my girl is already properly toilet trained at the age of 33 months. Properly trained as in she already knows that her pee and poo should go to the toilet and she can't strictly pass them at any other places, so she has no more accidents by far. 

Now looking back to the time when we're still trying and trying, where there's a lot of yelling (me), crying (her), and accidents (of course), we could have made it a lot easier if only I knew that the success secret to peaceful toilet training process is only two. The caregiver's patience and their willingness to totally ditch the diapers. Once we don't have any diapers left, we have to other choices to just patiently continue training our little ones day and night. With this one no-turning back point since the very first time we start toilet training, I kinda believe that toilet training is not that hard.