So we have a 7 night eastern on the Fantasy booked for December, one month after our younger DD turns 3. We took older DD (now 8) on her first cruise when she was a couple weeks shy of 3. She was fully potty trained, and LOVED the club (she'd cry every time we came to pick her up, because she wanted to stay longer!). The problem? DD2 is not doing so well with the potty training. She will have 2 or 3 good days in a row with no accidents (getting my hopes up), then days like today with 4 accidents!!!! She's a super smart cookie, so we know she knows what she should be doing... But she also has a bit of an attitude, so I think she's determined to do this on her schedule. We still have four months until our cruise, which is a long time in the life of a 2 year old, so I understand things could change, but I'm trying to prepare myself for the worst. The bad things... I have a new job, which entailed a pay cut, so this will be our last Disney Cruise for awhile. We don't have any family nearby, and rarely get time alone, so we have been counting on having some quality mommy/daddy time while the girls are having a BLAST in the club. And we already know DD2 hates the nursery... She hangs out with DD8 all of the time, playing with Barbies and "big girl toys", so tends to think she's older than she is. She cried everytime we put her in (bless the CM's!). She goes to daycare at the gym just fine at home, but there is a broader age range of kids. The frustrating thing is that I know she would LOVE the club - we've been showing her You Tube videos to try to motivate her. Anyway, long story to get to the questions... Can you say "not potty trained" in the online registration & sign up for nursery time, then go back and change your answer later (either online or once we get to the ship)? I'm assuming even if we sign her up for the nursery, she would still have a guaranteed spot in the club if she's potty trained (we would, of course, cancel her nursery time)? Did you have a non-potty trained 3 year old in the nursery? How did it go? Finally, any potty training words of wisdom? I'll take anything I can get!!!