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    Seat up/down concept?
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    momtotan posted:
    My DD is toilet trained and was going to preschool for a year. However I'd never explained to her abt the toilet seat being up/down concept. I always assumed it would be down as most kids her age ( she started with early preschool at age 3 year 4 mnths )use the potty sitting down boys included and the teachers are there to help. But I sometimes have seen the seat being up in her bathroom in her preschool and now in her KG classroom. Do you think its too late to explain to her abt this...I dont know whether she knows abt putting the seat down if necessary. I have posted this in 4- 5 yr community but asking this here since you all are starting to potty train ur kids and wanted to know whether I made a mistake by not telling her abt this when she started using the big toilet.
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