If you are beginning potty training or are getting ready to potty train, one of biggest questions many parents have is about poop potty training. Trying to teach a child to poop on the toilet can seem a little overwhelming, as well as it can be slightly messy at times too.
Every child is different, so some occasionally will pee on the potty but not want to poop on the potty. While other children will just do both and not think much about it. It really will depending the child and even children in the same household, being taught in the same way, will still react differently too. However, poop potty training is not that much different than teaching your child to pee in the toilet in reality. Though it can seem like they are worlds apart when you are trying to teach them, it really is still very much the same thing. The biggest obstacle many times for parents is that a child has a fear of pooping on the potty.
They see this as scary or uncomfortable. It does take longer than going pee and some children can become frustrated with this too. However, many of the same concepts and ideas apply with poop potty training as what is being used when teaching a child to pee on the potty.
We wanted to make sure that you had all the information that you needed to get through this portion of potty training just as easily as the pee potty training. For more potty training information and advice, make sure you check out our great section: Potty Training Tips & Info.