Tag: Getting Started

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Parent FAQs on how to get started

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

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Potty Training Commando Style

The sun is out and it’s the perfect time to start potty training.  Summer means less layers of clothes to wash after accidents and it’s a great time to get in the garden where the mess of accidents are far less stressful than when they land on the furniture or carpets!   Jude and I

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Avoiding accidents at settling in days at school

Settling in days in preparation for starting school in September can be exciting and stressful for little ones.  Some of the youngest may still be having the odd accident, and the new environment can sometimes be a catalyst for accidents.  Children may get absorbed in their new environment and could forget to listen to their

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Getting started with night time dryness

So your child is now reliably clean and dry during the day and you may now be wondering when and how to tackle night time training?   Read on to find out how to know if your child is ready, and get lots of tips to help you both prepare for the next stage of

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How to start potty training

There is a wealth of information online about potty training.  Google will deliver 55 million results for Potty training from ‘how to start potty training boys and girls’, to ‘how to potty train in three days’. On top of this there are plenty of people around us willing to share their potty training advice.  The

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