- adj. (of children) trained to use the toilet
“I have two little girls and I revel in the fact that when Toddler was potty-trained she picked Diego underwear over the princess panties, but that she also likes to wear hair bows.”
“He's mostly potty-trained now but Vockler's memories are fresh.”
“After frantic calls, the parents found a spot for Zoe in a program that works with children who are being potty-trained.”
“You can try to force a child to be potty-trained, but it's like asking a pig to fly.”
“In our view, Zoe is potty-trained," the mother said.”
“We understand kids have accidents, but we're not staffed like a day-care or child-care center and can't address a child that needs help being potty-trained.”
“If your 4-year-old's not potty-trained, it's time to push it," she said.”
“When I was little, most children were completely potty-trained by 18 months.”
“And scholarly achievement and a load in your shorts don't go together, apparently, because unlike traditional day cares, most high-octane preschools require a student be potty-trained.”
“They argued about whether the dog was potty-trained and it went on until Chris cut in and said, "Okay we don't really care about the dog.”
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