Little One was sleeping and when she got up I took off her diaper, asked her if she wanted to pee-pee and made the hissing sound when we were settled on the seat. I sat farther back on the toilet seat myself and set her on the front between my legs. I held her with both hands around her middle while she sat.
She peed her little trickles almost immediately! I was so excited! I congratulated her on going to the bathroom on the toilet for the first time. I had wipes already in the bathroom so I just lifted her up, held her over my arm and wiped her from front to back. It was a bit tricky getting to the wipe with one hand. I let go of her middle with one hand and wrapped the other arm around her. My free hand had to get the wipe out of the dispenser. Having a towel on the floor in front of the toilet so I can lay her down on it after she goes would probably make wiping a whole lot easier.
That was the only catch of the day though...
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