When my oldest son was your son's age, his Dr. told us that the best way to teach a child to learn how to use the bathroom was to actually take him/her to the bathroom with you when you went # 1 & # 2, This way they would see and learn from you.
My wife keeps telling me that I'm going to have to show our son at some point. He just turned 1 so it's not really time to teach now but I get weirded out when the dog comes in the bathroom to watch me take a leak and just stares at me.
Has soon has your son is able to walk. He should go with you to the bathroom on some trips. He should be told and learn has in must things in life be viewing.
Guys for the safety of your sonand you will be visting together the men restroom for years.
k boy if you have a sly bladder you needs to discuss this with your wife. If you are able to pee with her in the room. There should not be a issue with your son; he was produced from your seeds.
The dog stares are strange I'm wondering what they are thinking? Some of my former partner had no issue with their dog watching our sex. Once I had a great dane removed from the room. I was not wanting to be sandwich.
I have no prob taking a leak with my wife in the bathroom with me, that's been the case since she moved in when we were dating. It's not a shy bladder thing either since I'll go out in the back yard when I take the dog out and piss in the grass with him. More so, it's just that I wasn't trained that way by my Dad so it's a little different in my mindset.
I've never seen my Dad nor my brother naked, dunno if that's just the way things were or what. I have no prob being naked or being seen/watched by others. I usually end up skinny dipping with friends when we go over for a cookout. My son regularly see's me naked when I'm changing or taking a shower, so I'm not shy about it. The doc said he won't be "bothered" by it until about 4 or 5 when if he see's me he'll go running out of the room saying "ewww Dad's naked!"
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