Ella has been fully dry for about 7 months now. Up until last week I kept her potty in the front room but I decided as she's starting nursery soon I'd move it upstairs so she gets used to potty being 'private time'. All was going ok but the last couple of days she's become obsessed with pooing. She announces to whoever's in the front room that she's going for a poo, it's normally when I'm in the middle of doing something. Today I was on the phone to my nan and she stood on the stairs and was shouting repeatedly, 'I'm going for a dump. I'm going for a dump'. She'll march upstairs and spend 20-30 minutes straining out a tiny piece to prove she's done it. Now whilst I'm happy that she's using her potty, I'm getting a little tired of 10 trips up and down the stairs a day to a miniscule piece of poo. Before I moved her potty she did one normal sized one a day. I'm worried she's straining too much yet I'm not sure telling her off for having a poo is the right way to go about it. Also I'm worried about her attitude about opening announcing it to anyone and everyone. Any ideas on what I can say that a 3 year old will understand?