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My little brother is 4 and still is not potty trained AMA watch

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    What nappies does a 4 year old wear?
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    Have you ever soiled on the floor and tried to blame it on your brother?
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    It's best if you potty train him, a lot of people here are saying you shouldn't because it's not your responsibility, but come on its your little bro, if he gets bullied it would hurt you. It's a shame he has to suffer because of lazy parents. Wish you all the best with it!


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    (Original post by funktofunky)
    What nappies does a 4 year old wear?
    He wears either pampers active fit or tesco's own brand, in the largest sizes (6+). The tesco ones are best tbh. They are bigger and absorb more. However they do get quite saggy so it can be really obvious he has a nappy on.
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    Ok so I have attempted to get him to use the toilet/potty. Yesterday I sat with him for an hour on the toilet (I brought him a special toilet seat) trying to get him to pee and he did!! But then after I stopped watching him he was put back in a nappy. It just feel like it wont work unless everyone is committed.
 
 
 
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