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Potty Training Age, Training Advice

Potty Training Age, Training Advice, top tips, ‘toilettiquette’ and Expert posts. Learn how siblings can help with potty training, exerting almost magical powers! A big tool in potty training a child is to use idols to encourage their motivation to ditch the nappy.

Also, wondering if your new baby will affect current potty training efforts? From Rhian Harris, “With a baby due in a matter of weeks, I therefore thought we had toileting in the bag. I imagined that if I were busy with the baby, she’d still be able to go to the loo without needing me to always be too ‘hands on’. Imagine my concern then when her toileting started to take a backward turn.” Read more of Rhian’s post.

What about refusal? A battle of wills? It’s really common for children to show all the signs of being ready to start potty training, but for some reason they stubbornly refuse to go anywhere near a potty or toilet let alone sit on it to do a wee or poo! Read more about this!

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Teaching your child about digestion and how the body works

Some children are scared when they start potty training and first see poo in the potty or toilet.  When you think about it, it makes sense that it could be quite a shock to see this unknown substance coming from your body, especially if it is sore or uncomfortable to pass.   So how can

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Is potty training different for boys and girls?

We believe that the effectiveness of potty training techniques can vary for each individual child but that the process of how to potty train is the same for girls and boys.  We hear lots of stories of how potty training can vary from one child to the next, and that’s even within the same sex

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Is your child sitting on the toilet properly?

One of the most common issues parents encounter when potty training are around poo and difficulties getting children to poo in the toilet.   A really important factor that parents can influence to help reduce the likelihood of issues is to ensure their toddler is sitting properly on the potty or toilet.   Thankfully studies have

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