A 10-year-old built a lego “trophy” for his potty-training brother

Potty training is 99% asking a toddler if they have to go to the potty, for them to reply “no,” so they can pee anywhere else but the toilet, just moments later. It begins with parents giving a pep talk and ends with getting farted on in the face.

One particular 10-year-old was incredibly aware of his little brother being potty-trained and had a unique way of showing support. Bribing toddlers goes a long way for an effective potty-training experience and this older brother caught on in the most creative way, by building a toilet “trophy” out of legos.

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We have their dad to thank for sharing on Reddit saying, “So the 2 year old is potty training and this is what the 10 year old comes up with. ‘It’s a trophy for when he is all trained.‘” If this isn’t more clever than stickers, candy and fruit roll up bribes, I don’t know what is.

10 year old built a trophy for his potty training brother 21 A 10 year old built a lego trophy for his potty training brother

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