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Old 05-25-2013, 02:18 PM   #1
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Potty training @ Oceaneer Club - "one-strike" rule?

Our 3.5-y.o. is "daytime" potty trained. While he still needs a nighttime diaper when sleeping, we have not had an accident during the day in months. He knows when he has to go, and he knows how to get his underpants and shorts on and off, and knows to flush and wash his hands.

My only concern is what if he has an accident in the Club due to unfamiliar surroundings or just sheer excitement? We will be taking him during open house to show him several times where the toilet is so he's familiar. We will also not be leaving him there for more than two hours at a time, and he's well able to hold it for much longer than that. But if he gets caught up in the high-level hoopla, I'm not sure if he has the wherewithal to "snap out of it" and get to the toilet when the need arises.

So if he does have an accident, what is the policy? Do we not get to bring him back for the rest of the day? The rest of the cruise?

I've looked at other threads, and it seems there are varying experiences with the CM's. Can anyone give me the status quo, please?

Thanks much!
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