online, and used stickers we already had. As it turns out the sticker isn't all that big of a motivator since he has so many sticker books. Being allowed to place one sticker on a chart isn't a big deal when he typically will pick out and place 4-6 stickers in his sticker books before moving on. The biggest motivator has been the 'pee-pee on the potty march' where we march around the house clapping with high fives in the living room.This becomes a even bigger reward, the more people who are around to give high fives.
Days when Colin has 1 sticker are from going right before bath time. He had a 100% success rate with this time of day last week. The second sticker is from the first morning attempt and if he gets a third it has been when Daddy gets home from work.
We are very pleased with his progress but I fully expect that the novelty will wear off at some point, but so long as he is enjoying the process we will attempt to keep up the good work. He is so young, there is no rush or need to push.