Potty Training Tips
As a parent or caregiver you must be excited about this stage of independence for you child. All of the spent time changing diapers, all of the money wasted on diapers and wipes are soon to be a thing of the past!!!
At the beginning normal questions parents ask are:
I wish these questions had simple answers such as:
- You should start potty training your child at 30 months
- Follow these 5 steps and your toddler shall be potty trained.
But, alas, it is NOT that simple. Just like parenting, when it comes to potty training ONE shoe does NOT fit all .
You as the parent and the potty training coach will have to work out a plan and an approach that not only will work for you, but will also work for your child.
AND just because an approach worked for your first child, it may not work for your second child.
We have compiled a number of different topics that we hope will get your started on working out a plan and the best approach not only for you, but also for your toddler.