Potty Training - check out this 3 day plan to potty train your child.





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Published on Apr 14, 2014

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Author Carol Cline is one of the bestselling authors on the internet for parenting and potty training products. Her Start Potty Training guide walks parents through a 3 day blueprint that will have their child out of diapers for good.
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When to Start
As with so much else in a child's early development, the age at which you should begin potty training depends entirely on the child. Speaking generally, potty training will begin at around 1 year of age and be completed by about 3 years of age, but this is totally flexible. In fact, it seems that the process of potty training is taking longer now than ever before it can now extend well into the fourth year of your child's life and diapers are still common on children previously thought too old to be wearing them.
Helpful Products
There are a number of potty training products on the market designed to ease the transition to potties. The first and most important is the potty itself. The right potty can make all the difference; if your child actually wants to sit on the potty, as opposed to thinking of the potty as an obstacle which needs to be overcome, they will find the learning curve a little smoother.
The potty needs to be stable and sturdy, so there's no risk it will tip over, especially not when your child is on it. It should be shaped and contoured for their comfort and so they fit snugly on it. It should be bright, colorful and attractive, not lifeless and sterile -- more like a nursery then a doctor's surgery. It needs to be easy to empty and to clean, and it should be transportable; that way you can take it with you when you're traveling and your child will still have a familiar potty wherever they go.
Most potties on the market meet these requirements -- but many go above and beyond to encourage your little one to leave the nappy behind. There are potties which sing or change color when moisture is detected; this can act as a nice incentive for your child to use to the potty. These potties tend to be a little expensive though.



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