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Addressing Potty Training Myths

By JustMommies staff

Some kids potty-train themselves in days; others don’t get the hang of it for weeks and may continue to have “accidents” for months or even years. But before you get frustrated about how long it takes for your kids to fully master this skill, you should be aware of a few myths about potty-training
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Addressing Potty Training Myths

By JustMommies staff

Some kids potty-train themselves in days; others don’t get the hang of it for weeks and may continue to have “accidents” for months or even years. But before you get frustrated about how long it takes for your kids to fully master this skill, you should be aware of a few myths about potty-training
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Are YOU ready to potty train?

By Susan Lipkins

Toilet training is an essential hurdle for both parents and children. It is a task that everyone needs to do; and one that often strikes panic in the eyes of parents. But it can be an easy event that marks significant growth and development. When should a child be potty trained? Age 2 is the best time
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Are YOU ready to potty train?

By Susan Lipkins

Toilet training is an essential hurdle for both parents and children. It is a task that everyone needs to do; and one that often strikes panic in the eyes of parents. But it can be an easy event that marks significant growth and development. When should a child be potty trained? Age 2 is the best time
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Ask The Parent Coach: How Can I Get My Toddler To Keep Her Diaper On?

By Jan Roberts

Hi, My daughter is almost 16 months. She is very active and she is now into pulling her diaper off ALL the time. I know all kids go through this stage but what do I do about it and how can I get her to keep it on? I bought her a potty and am starting to teach her how to use it but she would rather just
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Let's Talk About Potty Training

By JustMommies staff

So you think your child is ready for the potty? Here are some questions you might want to ask before you start potty training. How old is your child? Although a generation ago moms started potty training as early as six months of age, now the common starting age for potty training is around two years
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Let's Talk About Potty Training

By JustMommies staff

So you think your child is ready for the potty? Here are some questions you might want to ask before you start potty training. How old is your child? Although a generation ago moms started potty training as early as six months of age, now the common starting age for potty training is around two years
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Potty Training Do’s And Don’ts

By Nancy Da Silva

There was recently a case on the news of a child who was completely potty trained at six months. An impressive age to be sure, but not so hard to believe when you consider that the parents pretty much set the baby from birth over the potty. This was to get the baby use to the feel of the potty and get
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Potty Training Do’s And Don’ts

By Nancy Da Silva

There was recently a case on the news of a child who was completely potty trained at six months. An impressive age to be sure, but not so hard to believe when you consider that the parents pretty much set the baby from birth over the potty. This was to get the baby use to the feel of the potty and get
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Potty Training in Public – When Your Child is Afraid to Use a Public Bathroom

By JustMommies staff

You’ve cleared a major hurdle in potty-training – your child has learned to use the bathroom successfully – but once you leave your house it’s a different story entirely. Your child becomes fearful and agitated and refuses to “go” in a strange bathroom. If you feel like you’re stuck in
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