So, you've finally decided your child is ready to be out of diapers? Congratulations! Using the toilet is an important skill that further develops your child’s independence and increases their confidence. The purpose of toilet training is to teach your children how to recognize the sensation they feel in their body before they need to use the toilet. The most important thing to remember is that potty training is a process and your child will have accidents, but stick to this method and your child will be using the potty consistently in just three days.
Is Your Child Ready?
Before deciding to take the leap and potty train, you should get your child familiar with using the toilet. Let your child come with you to the bathroom and show him what big boys and girls do. Most kids are excited to learn about bathroom etiquette. Show them how toilet flushing works and how to wash their hands. Does your child seem excited to use the potty? The three-day method will only work if your child is on board, so look for signs of readiness and excitement, such as your child telling you when he has to pee or poop, asking you to use the potty, or feeling bothered by a dirty diaper.
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