Day 1 is probably the “hardest”, especially if you also have a day job and you’re not used to staying at home the whole day. This will take a lot of patience. You’ll have to constantly be on the lookout for any signs that your child needs to use the potty. At first you’ll probably […]
On day 2 keep applying the same tactics, only this time take into account the lessons you learned on the first day of potty training. As frustrating as they are, don’t allow accidents to interfere with your attitude and do not go back to diapers no matter what. (if you want to read Jenny's full […]
Night Time Potty Training Supplies – What to get and what not to get
In my previous post about potty training at night I shared 7 tips on night time toilet training that every parent should know about. The thing is, and I’ve heard this from the comments you left me, is that I haven’t touched on what supplies you need. I’ve probably said this many times before, but […]
Beyond baby-proofing: A Toddler-Proofing Checklist - Maybe you baby-proofed the house already, but toddlers can get into places you never imagined, so it might not hurt to make sure all your bases are covered.
On day 3 you can take your child outside of the house, but only after peeing. This is to make sure you have plenty of time to get back to the potty before he needs to go again, but it also teaches him that he needs to pee before going out. If you’ve approached the 3 day […]