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
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Girls often complete potty training at a younger age than boys, which leads parents and caregivers to assume that boys are harder to potty train than girls. While this maybe true for some children, potty training boys isn’t necessarily more difficult. As a mother of two boys, I felt that they just weren’t interested for…Read More Potty Training Boys: Is It Harder?
I hope this information helps you and your little ones as much as it did mine. I used this on both my boys when they were potty training aged and it worked perfectly, it was so easy. First, to make sure your child is ready for potty training, shows interest, wants “big kids pants” etc.…Read More Potty Training that Works
Raising a child can be a challenge, but one challenge, in particular, that many parents find to be a headache is potty training. Yes, while your child is going to eventually learn how to use the potty, many parents either often find themselves rushing their child, starting too early or doing the wrong things. …Read More Potty Training: 5 Tips That Stick!