It's not very easy to potty train a toddler if the weather is constantly cold and the floor is carpeted. For one thing, if it's cold, you do not want to constantly take off her pants and ask her to pee in the potty. Also, wearing cloth diapers is not a good idea, as it is really cold if the cloth diaper gets wet. We certainly do not want her to get a chill. Wearing just her pants is also not a good idea, as we do not want her wee-wee to seep into the carpet and make the house stink of urine. I guess we would need to wait till she can understand more of our words before telling her to pee and poo in the potty. Or at least, wait until the weather is not so freezingly cold.
For now, she uses approximately 100 pieces of diapers a month.
What I am worried about is the fact that she is wearing the largest available diaper size. Will this size last her another six months, I wonder.
Hopefully, we can successfully potty-train her soon.