I would, personally, make it into a routine. Keep her in diapers, get the potty, talk about the potty, let her see you going to the potty (in fact, I like just getting a step stool and a insert for the big toilet, because after all, kids want ti do what we do!). make it seem so fun and exciting and cool. Show her a video about it, read a book about it, make it fun.
During your day, find times where you can consistently taker her to the bathroom. After she wakes up, after eating morning snack, before sleeping, before you leave the house, etc. Make it just a part of daily life. [name]Praise[/name] any time she actually pees or poos in the potty at all. Also, try and notice if she has any poop signals, like hiding, a certain stance, a facial expression, etc. And take her to the potty then. Never make it seem like a mistake if she gos in the diaper. You can think of anything that goes in the toilet as a happy bonus. [name]Yu[/name] are just trying to build the association first. remember, you need to take her, your need to pull her pants down, you need to sit her on the potty, you need to wash her hands, etc. No stress for her either (which is why it should just become part of the routing, not on mommy’s whim, or when you think about it. [name]Do[/name] it every day at certain times)
After a few months of this, when you feel she understands how to actually use the potty and what’s it’s for, and you think she is
beginning to feel her own need to go, you can step it up, take away diapers, do the three day boot camp, etc. For now, just take it easy, and let her begin to associate her pee and poo with the potty instead of the diaper.