If he's able to stand, be sure to position him, feet slightly apart, directly in front of the potty. It would be helpful to let him observe his dad, especially knowing that the standing element can be challenging for potty training boys. When your son is ready to learn to pee
standing up, having him follow daddy around or older siblings may actuallymotivate him to perform better.
Continual motivation and reminders are essential for potty training toddlers, especially that toddlers usually do not like to make the extra effort to stop what they're doing in order to use the toilet or stay on the toilet long enough to relax and go. Tips for motivating boys include buying "big-kid" underwear that he'll want to keep clean; for both your twins, having special toys and books for potty training time, and offering plenty of praise and prizes.