I potty trained my daughter without the help of books at 18 months old. She was fully trained by the time she reached two and yes that was threw the night.
Don't force it upon her, make it more of a game for her at frist. In the morning when she is still a littlw drowsey tell her to sit down on the potty with you (your sitting on the adult potty) and tell her she don't have to go potty just to sit and relax and wake up a bit. Do it threw out the day and everyday and sooner than later she will get the hit.
If she don't feel comfortable doing it after a few days she just isn't ready, they say that most kids are not ready until they are almot 4!
yeah thx so much for that.. I really dont want to force it on her nor make it a traumatizing experience cause my older daughter still wets herself so I really dont wnat it to be like that with my 2 yr old thank you so much
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