A Reason to Eat Reese’s

Jeremy’s mother told me the story of Jeremy’s potty training experience. Apparently it was very easy for him to potty train, because she would give him a Reese’s Pieces every time he put something into the toilet. Of course this meant he would be on the potty at all times of the day, desperately attempting to win his next treat.

I don’t know about you, but I think this is a great idea! Positive reinforcement, oui?

This may also be the Freudian explanation to why my husband adores Reese’s far beyond any other candy.

Perhaps I’ll begin stocking up now so that our little baby can be out of diapers in no time!


2 thoughts on “A Reason to Eat Reese’s”

  1. I can imagine positive reenforcement via food being a bad idea in many cases, but reeces pieces are so teeny tiny, how could it hurt? Clever šŸ™‚


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