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Published on Feb 17, 2013
Watch this video for the BEST potty training tips for boys and girls. If you have a toddler, then you are sure to have questions about toilet training. Are you facing a lot of resistance? What we consider to be common knowledge when it comes to teaching our children is usually wrong! Since the invention of disposable diapers in 1961, as a society, we have become very inefficient at teaching our kids to use the potty.
Visit the link above for a step by step program to help you with this incredible challenge. Find out the correct answers from a scientific and psychological perspective of a toddler. It does not matter if you need potty training tips for boys or girls. The process is exactly the same. You will get comprehensive solutions to bed-wetting, handling accidents, getting your child to sit on the commode and maintaining interest. You will learn tips on how to know exactly when children are ready to begin the process. This will help you to avoid potty training resistance. Especially with boys.
Learning when to start potty training a boy or girl is the most important step. If you begin too early, you are sure to regression. There is no optimal age. All boys and girls have their own schedules. You just need to know which signs to watch out for. Trust me, this make the difference between a 6 week project and a weekend project. We will also cover frequently asked questions about laxatives, bathroom frequency, cloth diapers tips, training pants, underwear and disposable pants.
Children learn better when they are praised so always stay positive. Reward progress verbally, with a hug or rewards. Training charts are a good idea also. When a child fails, it is just as important to comfort and encourage them to do better next time. Also remember to be consistent and reasonable. Express your goals often keep the bathroom routine on a steady pattern. Always stay involved. Kids behavior and needs change often so you'll need to observe. You may have to adjust your approach as your child progresses.
Most importantly, remember to enjoy your potty training experience! This experience should be fun and memorable. Don't take anything too seriously and remember to practice a lot of patience. Nearly every child learns to use the toilet sooner or later. I've never met a 10 year old that does not know how to use the bathroom. So try to take the time to notice and appreciate the charming and memorable moments along the way.
One of the most valuable tips you can use is to find a fantastic toilet training seat (or chair). Try to find fun ones with songs and stickers that appeal to your toddler. If your child loves his/her potty, then you will create more interest and face much less resistance.
I'd like to thank you for watching my video about potty training tips for boys and girls. If you have any questions, please leave them in the comment section below. I will do my best to reply to all of them as soon as possible. I wish your family success and happiness along the way.