In three consecutive days of potty training the lil one, I must say that she learned so fast. If before I had trouble asking her sit on her potty chair, now she just does it with no command at all. She sits when she needs to.
On the first day, she would only sit down if there's a sucker in her hand. So, hubby bought her a huge bag of suckers just to motivate her, that she'll have more if she pees in the potty chair. It worked! Now, these suckers are of no use. I had to get rid of these before it decays the lil one's teeth or the hubby's.
One thing that excites the lil one to use her potty chair everytime the nature calls is that the sound of the pee. She gets ecstatic when she hears the urine as it hits the bottom creating a whish sound and praises herself afterwards. She no longer asks for a sucker. Great job!
I must say that potty training should not be compelled to our children. Each kid develops differently. The more we push things, the more fears it will create. We, parents, will definitely know when a kid is ready or not. It is just a matter of patience and comprehension.