My daughter just turned 4 and is not yet potty-trained. She doesn't even want to be potty-trained. My husband and I have half-heartedly attempted to train her, but we're not motivated to push the issue either. In fact, I know one reason my daughter likes wearing diapers is that she likes the TLC she receives from mom and dad when they change her. I am reluctant to break her of that attachment she feels towards us.
Will she eventually decide to just use the potty when she is good and ready? Or do I need to keep nudging her, in spite of my reluctance to do so? Of course, all our friends and neighbors think it's scandalous that our 4-year-old is still in diapers (if only they knew she still nurses, too! ;-)).
Again, I am wondering what experiences other AP moms have had with potty training and if there really can be a "child-led" approach to this the way there is to weaning, independent sleeping, etc.