My daughter turned two in June of this year. She has been stripping off her clothes and her diapers. She fights both very hard, to the point where she screams, cries and hits/kicks me. My husband is a big, strong guy who can get clothes on her, but I can't handle her. I had breast cancer/cancer treatment at age 33 (had my daughter at age 40) and have since developed lymphedema in my left hand. If I struggle with her too much, my hand starts swelling up and it becomes painful. On top of that, my husband travels a lot for his job and our families are all out of state, so I can't just call someone to come over and help me. My mother and his mother have been deceased for over 20 years, so I can't pick up the phone and call them for advice. I'm suspecting she really needs to start potty training, but she wants nothing to do with the training potty or the grown up potty. She will just strip off her diaper and take a whiz wherever she is standing, and it doesn't matter if I try to get her to sit on the potty. I'm just at my wit's end with my daughter. She goes to daycare twice a week just so I can do some shopping or just go to a doctor's appointment if I need to. Taking her places can end up being a nightmare. The daycare teacher has told me she is trying to strip and they end up calling in another woman to get her clothes back on her!!! I feel like she is just too strong and uncontrollable for me. If any of you older, more experienced moms out there can give me any helpful tips, please do. I've become totally convinced everyone else has perfect children who are potty trained by 18 months and I'm the only mom whose child isn't perfect.