I started potty training for my daughter when she was 1.2 years old. It took me weeks to get her just to sit on it. I got the one which attaches itself to the pot (its easier when they go out, else you will have to carry their potty around). It takes some time initially. You could try leaving him around the house without diapers, and then when he pees, show him where hes supposed to do it, by taking him to the pot. In a couple of tries, he will understand. I also make a ssshhh sound when i put her on the pot and it helps my daughter pee.
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