As your sweet baby grows into a toddler, you will likely be wondering when he or she will be ready to start potty training! Every parent is anxious to get their child out of diapers, and I am no exception. My fourth child is quickly entering the first stages of potty training. He will be…Read More Is Your Toddler Ready to Start Potty Training?
I never set out to give my toddlers chores to do. You might be thinking, “That’s too young! Toddlers can’t do chores!” That’s what I thought too, that is until I was constantly tripping over my boys while trying to do my own household chores. Let’s face it, toddlers want to help mom, even when…Read More Teaching Toddlers to do Household Chores
Ouch! Toddler biting hurts and it can be just as painful to see other children avoid your toddler because they don’t want to be bitten. If your toddler is biting others, it’s important to know that this behavior is very common, and it’s usually not intended to harm others. There are also simple steps you…Read More Why Toddlers Bite and What You Can Do About It
Bedwetting isn’t a highlight of childhood. Or parenthood. But it’s something that most families have to deal with. Here are some tips to overcoming bedwetting and making the process easier for the whole family. When is bedwetting a problem? Up to the age of 5, bedwetting is considered completely normal. There are some things you…Read More The Five Minute Bedwetting Guide
There are seven stages of potty training. They begin with showing signs of potty training readiness and conclude with being able to use the toilet away from home. Stage 1: Signs of Readiness The first stage of potty training begins when your child shows the following signs of potty training readiness: Expresses an…Read More 7 Stages of Potty Training