Start by putting a potty chair in the bathroom and just letting your little one sit a spell.
Learn other smart ways to build the routine.»
Switching your child from diapers to big-kid underwear can jumpstart the process.
Find out if your tot is ready.»
Many bestsellers say if kids are too young to understand the concept, then it's just too early to start.
See what other authors think.»
Wipes, plastic bags, and a good supply of clean clothes are must-haves during toilet training.
Know what else to keep on hand.»
You can drag a kid to the potty, but you can't make him pee! If you need a dose of potty humor,
You'll love this mom's tale.»
Keep a running list of all the public potties you spot at stores, malls, and restaurants. Learn why
getting your child used to public restrooms is crucial.»
Letting your little girl read this book while sitting on the potty might just trigger a breakthrough!
Read our review.»
Put a doll in their hands and Cheerios in the toilet. Find out how these and other everyday items can
play a clever role in potty training.»
The best ideas often come from other parents in the thick of it!
Visit a potty training discussion group and compare notes.»
From doling out stickers to giving kids more naked time, get
six pages of great parent-tested tips.»
Is it potty troubles-or power struggles? With a firm, and disciplined approach, this mom trained two daughters before age two.
Learn her secret.»
Sometimes older children regress and stop using the potty after they've gotten off to a good start. Get Dr. Karen Sadler's advice for
potty training past the age of four.»
Give your son the right washroom reading material, and you might just hit a milestone.
Read our review of this book.»
There are parents who've seen success in under two weeks, for others it takes months (even years).
Tell us how long it takes to toilet train your child.»
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