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Potty training is easier and happens faster if your child is truly ready in all three areas: physical, cognitive and social. But the big question is: how do you know when your child is ready? If you have never traveled this road before, you likely don’t even know what signs to look for. Take this quiz to find out where your child is on the readiness spectrum.
I have recently found the most amazing potty guide. It was written by a mom after several failed trys at getting her daughter to use the potty. I had my 15 month old trained in about 2 days with no accidents after reading this guide. It is amazing and it was only $5. The best part was It was not just for the guide but for her full support during the entire process.She will take your childs weak points and send you info on how to help YOUR child- not just any child in general. It was like having a potty training coach. She still emails me about every 48 hrs to see how its going and if I have any questions. Anyways, her website is www.drpottytrain.com and I highly recommend it to anyone who is ready to train. A friend from my sons preschool told me about her and she is just great.
i went to the website and could not find the guide at all for the potty training...
my son is 3 years old and he needs to be potty trained we have been trying anything and everything and nothing seems to be working ahhhh... do you got any tips thanks for your help girl....
I got a score o mostly B's on this. Yesterday I tried to get him to go to the bathroom/potty by asking several times throughout the day did he have to go to the bathroom and he most of the time he said no mahm (no m'am). Other times he would say "potty" but when I would take him he'd say no or just sit there. Any way, all day he wouldn't do anything but pee in his diaper then the next morning when he got up I found poop in it. So what should I do? Maybe get him to go every morning just to see if he would do anything? I know I should keep trying and have patience