Q: Hi. My daughter is almost 28 months and her language is very good. She knows what the potty is for and she knows when she has had a poo! I think she’s ready to potty train. Although she does not know when she needs a wee and is happy enough in nappies. We’ve had
Q: My daughter is 2 and a half, she is a twin she will sit on the potty and knows when she needs to go. But she is holding it in she gets hysterical and starts to cry, she asked for her nappy and went in that. Any advice? My firstborn was so easy to potty train
Q: Hi. I’m at my wits end with my 3 year. We have had to go back into pull ups because he is costing me a small fortune in under pants. We have the wees pretty much down but not the poo’s. We have tried everything and I mean everything and it’s just not happening.
Some children show a preference for either the potty or the toilet whereas some are happy to switch between the two. A potty can be more convenient, especially when you start going out and about, however getting used to the toilet is important as that is the ultimate potty training routine. For some children, especially
Some children won’t show any signs of readiness and disposable nappies can make it difficult to recognise some them, even if they are present. For example, a good sign of readiness is a changing pattern in wees; with the child doing fewer larger wees. This indicates the bladder is maturing and that the child is