Using Nakedtime for Training Success
Repeat all of the above with each nakedtime session and build up from every success. Take something positive from each session and praise her for this effort. If, for instance, she started to realize she had to pee but didn't quite make it to the potty on time, you should tell her what a great job she's doing recognizing the signs her body gives her when she has to go. If your son peed in the toilet two out of four tries, make a big deal to your spouse or partner that he did it twice! (Some kids even want to save their pee or poops for mommy or daddy to see when they get home, which is fantastic because it means they've made this a goal.) You can acknowledge the two failures or ignore them based on which response will best suit your child's personality, and then move forward.
If your child has no successes on a particular day, give him a thumbs up anyway and let him know you are proud of him for trying. Keep your expectations to yourself and remain unruffled about setbacks. Praise your child's efforts in an authentic, meaningful way to positively reinforce their good behavior. Continue to identify the signs and feelings of needing to pee so that your child will be able to start to recognize them.
Outside of the nakedtime sessions, you can continue to keep your child in diapers until you feel like they're making some headway. Nakedtime is for studying their own body language, and for realizing when their bladder is full, how to control it (and the colon too, although pooping can be left for later lessons if it doesn't naturally become a part of nakedtime), and hold the pee until they get to the bathroom. Once you iintroduce underwear, the focus of training will become more about holding it for longer periods of time and trying to go even when they may not feel like it.