Potty training mirrors a lot of other big-picture mountains you face as a parent.
The simple truth is, no matter what process you follow, no matter what tricks you use, your experience with potty training is likely to look like a mess (literally and emotionally) if you're unsure that your child can do it.
If you're unsure, if you're not mentally committed, if your head isn't in the game, you child will be unsure. I don't need to be a fortune teller to foresee what will happen: things will not click and progress unravels. So if you're feeling unsure, ask yourself why and take a step back before trying to sort out why your child isn't making it to the potty. These small humans need to feel our confidence before they can feel sure about trying this BIG NEW change of using the potty.
ps. Want to know the signs for readiness? Then sign up below for my potty training cheatsheets and I'll also share a link to Jamie Glowacki's Potty Training Workshop. In her video workshop, she shares concrete signs to be looking for to FEEL SURE your child is ready to potty train.