Historically, toilet training success of a two year old has been measured in:
1. # of “productive” visits to the toilet per day.
2. # of trips out of the house without an accident.
3. # of loads of laundry avoided.
4. # of naps/nights the child wakes dry.
I agree that will give you good information, but there is a simpler way…
Today is day #2 of potty training my 3rd boy and I propose the following theory:
A day’s potty training success is directly proportional to the number of hairs remaining on the mother’s head.
May God bless my potty training soul.