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Potty Training in a Quickie: How to Potty Train Your Toddler in a Fast Way
Can I potty train my child in as short as three days? It may sound impossible, but it can be done! Potty training is considered as one of the most tedious and difficult tasks of parenting – especially for new parents.     Potty Training the Quick Way There’s one thing to remember if you are using a quick training method. It is not foolproof and does not mean that your child would be potty trained        perfectly. He or she may still have accidents. Nevertheless, your child would be less likely to depend on diapers and will be more than ready to use a potty whenever needed.     Teaching your kid how to be more comfortable on a potty and how to pull his/her pants down and then back up would probably take more follow up        sessions. Some skills, in addition, won’t be really easy for very young toddlers.     This quick potty training can be considered as a “kick-off”, or to help jumpstart an ongoing training process. Nevertheless, you also have to keep in   mind that potty training experience varies from one family to another.     Are You Ready?  Before deciding if your kid’s ready to be potty-trained, ask yourself first: “Am I ready?”. A quick potty training requires focus, commitment, and dedication. This quick method would require your child to go naked below and would only go with loose pants (without undies or diapers underneath) when outside.     The training process would be pointless if you rely on diapers or “training pants”, so limit their use during bedtime and naptime. That said, you would probably become busier as your child would require more attention, so it is sensible to find a way to work around the process. So, are you ready?     Make Sure Your Child is Ready One of the signs that your child is ready is if he or she stays dry for a couple of hours at a time. A ready child could also be asking regarding potty use or is already refusing to wear a diaper. Regular popp time can be a sign of readiness, as well. Take note that this 3-day training works well on toddlers less than 3 years of age.     Celebrate Success Whenever your child uses the potty, regardless of his or her aim, or how much pee or poo has your kid set in, praise your child well. On the other hand, if he or she fails to use the potty, don’t scold your child, but don’t say it is okay either. Tell your child in a gentle manner how disappointed you are, like: “You should poo/pee in the bathroom and not on the floor”. Remember: Use a gentle tone and not a whiny one.     Potty training is a phase that every parent go through. Although it may not sound simple (yes, most of the times, it can be very difficult), you can try and do things that will make potty training an easy task for you and your child.    
22.02.2016 - 20:55:42
Potty Training Girls- How Is It Done?
 Your little girl may have signs of being ready for potty training but still, you would like to know how to determine these signs. Potty training girls is    one of the most exciting, and at the same time very challenging, parts of a little girl’s development. You can honestly tell your little angels how    important thistraining is. You can also start sweet-talking them into doing it. There are myriad of strategies which you can cook up just to get your    little girls into the habit of potty training. Tips in Potty Training Girls For you to really get started with this task, you’ll need a list of the most important things you need to do prior to starting the potty training. Be armed   with the following potty training tips for girls: Have a potty training itinerary. Yes, you have to be certain as to what will be the first step, second step and so on and so forth. You must also follow clear methods from Day 1 and the succeeding days. Your kid may not be obedient at the first day but she will take heed if you are unflinching with your   instructions. In other words, you must be firm but do not be hard on your little missy. Give her reward. Just like any kid, rewards work with little girls most of the time. There is a way for you to tell her about the potty fairy method. You can start by reading her stories and as you go along, you can narrate to her about the potty fairy who works like a tooth fairy. She will be delighted to find out what potty training girls can do to her. Likewise, she will be amused if she gets a gift every time she obeys the potty fairy. Be candid.New generation of kids today seem to be extra curious. If you let your kid know about the essence of potty training, then she would have an    understanding of how it happens. Although she may not fully be aware of what is the entire thing, she can have snippets of it while training. You can start    by saying that doing the potty training will help her be clean and it drive away many diseases. You can add that she can have plenty of play time if she’s    not sick. And she can spend more time with you, too. That would definitely excite her. Get her disciplined about potty training. There will be occasions when your family will visit a relative or you will be visiting your in-laws with your little girl. Instill in her that potty training will make her smell good when she visit her grandparents or her friends. Let her know that she won’t get her panties dirty and she won’t ruin her beautiful dress if she will do the potty training. Potty training girls may be a challenging job for both parents, you can make this a bonding moment with your little darling. These are some of the   comforting instructions and encouraging strategies in dealing with potty training girls.
22.02.2016 - 20:53:01
Potty Training Checklist: Is Your Child Ready?
Parents seem surprise when their kids reach the age of potty training. Wasn’t it just yesterday when we first changed our babies’ diapers? And then now,    they are all set for the next BIG step. But, how could we determine if our toddler is ready to get potty trained? There’s no definite age when it comes to potty training. Most of the time, toddlers around the age of 18 to 2 months have already developed the skills   necessary in making the training successful. While some could be ready as early as they reach 1 year old, some kids do not show that they are ready until they reach 3 or 4. Most children,however, couldn’t control bladder and bowel movements before age 1, while some toddlers may show a lot of signs that they are ready, yet are still physically not capable of controlling elimination. Though a child could stay dry most time of the day, it may take a little while until they can stay    totally dry and accident-free at night. But all in all, most children tend to outgrow the phase of bed-wetting as they turn 5 years old. Potty Training Checklist Here is a checklist to help you determine if your child is ready and already has the physical and cognitive skills needed for this practice. Use this to    measure your kid’s progress.You have to keep in mind though, that starting even before your kid is ready does not guarantee that you will finish fast; it    is most likely that the training will just take longer. Physical Signs is physically coordinated- can walk and run steadily     releases a fair amount of urine at a time     moves bowel at regular intervals or at a relatively predictable schedule     bowel movements are well-formed     stays dry for at least two hours, which only means that his/her bladder muscles are already developed because it could hold urine longer     Behavioral Signs is able to stay seated and quiet in one place for at least two minutes     is capable of pulling pants down and back up     don’t like it if his/her diaper feels dirty or wet     utters interest in family member’s bathroom habits     likes watching you use the bathroom     shows interest in wearing underwear     gives a sign (either verbal or physical) when he’s going to go     takes pride on things he has accomplished     does not resist the fact that he is to use the potty/toilet     does not contradict you and is cooperative in general     Cognitive Signs understands his/her body and knows signals that could mean he/she has to go     could tell you he has to go before it could actually happen     capable of following simple instructions like getting his toy or book, etc.     understands the importance of keeping things organized     has words (even own words) for stool and urine     Remember, this checklist is provided only to help you determine if your child is ready for potty training or not. Keep in mind, though, that a check on each one listed here does not guarantee a smooth transition. Sometimes, your child could be showing up these qualities but is still not ready for that big    leap. It is still important to use your intuition as a parent. If you do not feel like it is the right time, or if you aren’t ready yourself, then it would    help if you hold potty training for a few more months before you try.
22.02.2016 - 20:49:09
Potty Training Boys – Train your Little Boys Now
 Potty training is teaching your toddler how to use the toilet for bowel movement and urination. Potty training boys take time and you must ensure that the little kid is ready for this before starting to potty train. Potty training requires patience and toddlers must not be rushed into learning things right away. Here are some potty training guide questions that you    should ask before you begin potty training for boys.     Is your child showing interest in the toilet or potty seat?         Does he remain dry for at least 2 hours or more during daytime?         Is he trying to remove his diaper on his own when its wet or dirty?         Can he pull down his pants and pull them up again?         Does he know how to sit down on his potty seat and rise up again?         Can he communicate through actions or facial expressions if he needs to go?     Keep in mind that training boys is a little different from training girls. You’ll be teaching them two things:   potty training boys come in two parts First, in potty training boys, the kid has to do it sitting down, both for urinating and bowel movement. You don’t want to confuse the child by teaching    him to sit down while moving bowels, and teaching him to stand when urinating. Let him learn to go to his potty seat when he feels the need to; so whether    for bowel movement or urination, he has to sit down for both. Only when he has learned to use the potty for these activities pretty well, that you teach    him the second thing. The second lesson in potty training boys is to teach him to urinate standing up just like his father and his older brother. By this time, since he has    already mastered bowel movement and urination sitting down, confusion is less likely to happen. Here are some potty training tips for boys that you might find useful:    If you are going to get your son a potty, make sure that it’s the right size for him. Choose a potty that allows his feet to rest on the floor,        especially when he’s moving his bowels. This is to make sure that he feels secure and won’t tumble over.         If you plan to use the regular toilet for him, get an adapter seat, which feels comfortable and just the right size for him. Choose one that fits        securely so as to avoid accidents like falling into the toilet.         Allow your son to get comfortable with his potty seat. You can let him seat on it with his clothes on, and then rise up and down again. Later, you can practice him seating on the potty with his pants down. He’ll learn little by little and its just like playtime.         If during the first attempt to teach him, it didn’t go smoothly, don’t push him to do it again; give it some time and he’d be willing to try it again        after a few days or weeks interval.         Give him something for encouragement; he is most likely to do it over and over if he is expecting something, like a reward, at the end.        When potty training boys, it is important to assess the readiness of your child. Patience and timing is very important; and eventually he will learn a new    milestone in his life.
22.02.2016 - 20:46:19
Night Time Potty Training – Is it Possible?
Before ditching the diapers, make sure that you’ve already done night time potty training on your toddler. To many, this is quite a struggle as it may take    months or years before the child could actually stay dry through the night. In fact, even with children who had been dry all day and had been potty-trained    at that, their body remains immature to engage in potty training at night. It is normal for kids to wet their bed or their nappies at night. Their bladder is not yet strong enough to hold their pee throughout the night. Don’t be    weary though because there are success stories on night time potty training even at a child’s early age. Some would start at twenty-two or twenty-five    months. There are even some toddlers who stay dry until the morning. Although, they would start peeing at 6:00 or 7:00 A.M, at least they have started    staying dry for the entire night. This could be a good sign that your child is ready to let go of his nappies. How to Toilet Train at Night As a start, set an alarm during the night as to check if your child peed at a certain hour. Observe if there is a pattern. Most parents would use this as    their cue to wake their child and let them sit in the potty to pee. Some would find it discomforting for their children as this may interrupt their sleep.    The better solution for them is to pick the child up and set him on the potty. Your child may sometimes be awakened enough to sit upright on the potty but    is he remains sound asleep, you can expect that he would urinate nonetheless. And that would be a good progress. If your child has been consistently waking up to a dry diaper or pull-ups in successive mornings, it is worth giving night time potty training a try. Wet    nights can also be avoided by refraining from drinking a lot before putting the kid to sleep. You can also try placing an absorbent sheet or water-proof    pad over the bed sheet whenever your child sleeps without his nappies. Station the potty near your child’s bed so that he will be motivated to use it    whenever he needs to especially at nighttime. Keep supporting your child in communicating his needs to use the potty at his own pace. Waking your child up in the middle of the night just to proceed to the potty could be a difficult job. That’s why, it is good to heap praise upon your    child whenever he wakes up to a completely dry underwear or nappy. It is a matter of physiology and physical maturity for your child so, do not be    surprised if some toddlers are already successful in their potty training at night and your own is just about to start. The key is not to make a big deal    out of it. Don’t push him hard to do the potty training because he will naturally get the feel of doing it in the long run.
22.02.2016 - 20:43:59
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