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 and she is showing a lot of signs that she is ready to potty train. Only problem is she will not sit on the potty or on the toilet. We have been trying for the last three months just to try and get her use to it.
The ultimate aim of potty training is to get your child toilet trained (the clue isn’t always in the name!). If it’s possible to get there in one step, that’s great, it makes sense to go for it; to teach the ultimate behaviour and habits in one go rather than teaching to use the potty
First things first, we’re not saying there is a right and a wrong way to potty train that applies to every single child. Every child is individual, and you know what will and won’t work for your own child. Over the years we have seen a pattern emerge where common actions cause common reactions. This
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