So, Wyatt takes off his diaper quite regularly. I put him on the toilet (not the potty, we don't have one yet) just for the hell of it to see what he'd do and told him that this is where you go potty and as expected, he whined until I took him off. How do you even begin to explain poop and pee to a toddler? I'm really confused by it. When I change him I usually talk about... ugh... what's in his diaper, but I don't know if it's really connecting. I'm not trying to push him to potty train just yet, but I'm definitely trying to introduce him to the idea. I mean, I can't have him taking his clothes and diaper off all the time. So I'm trying to reach out to him sooner than later. Is taking off his diaper when it's too full a sign of readiness? 'Cause I'm wondering if he's doing it because he's just plain uncomfortable (ALSO, I DO NOT LET MY KID SIT IN A DIRTY DIAPER THANKS). Isn't it interesting that people used to potty train their kids earlier than we do now? How did they even do that? I'm not going to lie, the day I potty train Wyatt will be an amazing day and I can't wait for it. I know he's not ready, but I'm trying to get him ready.