Updated: Jun 26
Adapted from: WeTheParents.org
Potty training certainly is an overwhelming time, and getting a child out of diapers is something that most parents just want to be done with.
Alas, there is no magic word or step-by-step guide that will work for everyone, every time.
However…there are several battle-tested approaches that we’ll break down for you in this guide. Once you know what you’re working with, it’ll be easy to cherry-pick the best bits and create a method that will work for you and your family.
Is Your Child Ready for the Potty?
Many parents will find themselves introducing the concept of bathroom breaks when their kiddo is between 18 and 30 months old, but that doesn’t mean you should go out of your way to start on the younger side. You could strain the relationship between you and your child by pushing her too far from her comfort zone too soon!
Good luck! Remember when you’re child is ready to be potty trained it will be simple! Below you will find a few videos to guide you through this difficult but ultimately rewarding time. Enjoy!
PREPARING FOR POTTY TRAINING
CHOOSING YOUR APPROACH
THE NO-NONSENSE 3-DAYS AND DONE APPROACH
EARLY POTTY TRAINING
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