Potty Training In One Week
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I would agree with everyone who has said that if your little one is ready then it will be relatively straightforward. I am not a fan of Gina Fords baby books ? but this one worked a treat for ds1 and now has again with ds2. I thought it made a lot of sense and was a very reasonable, gentle approach. (e.g. If your child does not already do x,y or z then wait a while before starting, they might not be ready. Give them small rewards when they do something on the potty. Give them lots of praise for trying and don?t tell them off when they have an accident, just encourage them)
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I didn’t read a book but just went ‘cold turkey’ on the nappies for my dcs. Day 1: wee every where. Day 2: still wee everywhere (me: tears everywhere). Day 3: a few weeks on the floor most in the potty. Day 4: victory. It was nice to have step by step guide, especially since I'm clueless when it comes to babies, kids and all things related. Just like her "Contented Little Baby Book", you have to be committed and willing to spend a lot of time and effort in the beginning to get any reasonable results. Bear in mind that all your partner’s friends will have the same idea when they read the book – I can do better than that. That’s why you’ll find women showing Elmo’s Potty Time video to their four-hour-old baby in the maternity hospital. Like I say, competitive.For us the first day was a nightmare, second was better and by lunchtime on the third day she was dry and fully potty trained. I didn’t know where to start with our potty training journey so this was a great book to get ideas! We had this - I went to the extremes of cutting a hole in the nappy so it would fall through into the toilet but she was still "wearing it".
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Wow! You even potty train other children! I really hope she will do a poo soon but tends to do it near bed time when we have out nappy on. I hope she's not holding it TMI sorry. Toilet training is tough for parents, but there’s no need to award yourself a weekend in the Hotel Europe just because you filled a chart. The case studies felt like the same thing over and over again which made it predictable and unrealistic feeling.As long as the child is ready it's a breeze. I was dreading it with my first dd but it was so easy I remember wondering what all the fuss was about. Same with second dd, no accidents after a the first few days.
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children in general are physiologically ready for traning by 18mo - it is a cultural concept of readiness that interprets 'readiness' otherwise. Plenty of (widely ignored) evidence for that. Just because you don’t wash your hands after going to the toilet doesn’t mean you should pass that habit on to your kids. The bit you never tell you in potty training school is that you will also need to teach kids how to wash their hands. The good news is it’s very easy to get a child to start washing his hands. The bad news is virtually impossible to get him to stop. DD2 did it in a few days at nearly 3, but I'd waited until she was more than ready after the horrid experience with DD1.DD possibly has PDA but not diagnosed. we had a potty in the bathroom and plonked her on it after her bath. Used to ask her what noise a wee made and make a sss-ing sound. She took to weeing quite easily as we'd made it a game. Poos were a bit more difficult, but she started to name them, and we had elephant poo, and after a two-tone one, tiger poo! Your main job will be soaking small wet underpants every night because your 18-month-old didn’t quite get what was going on in the Bear in the Big Blue Mountain Potty Training Video. The good news is she can sing every note of the weird rap in that video (look it up); the bad news is she often does this while wetting herself. 3. You Put Your Botty On The What? Many parents experience a long and bumpy ride along the road to a nappy-free existence. Advice on offer from grandparents, friends and professionals is often conflicting, leaving parents unsure of how and when to potty train their child.