It’s potty-training time
You’re ready… but are they?
Prepping for the potty
Celebrate the little wins
Remember: You got this!
Is My Kiddo Ready for Potty Training
Is your toddler ready to start potty training? Whether they’re still wearing a diaper or they already know that poop and pee go in the toilet, your child’s toilet training readiness largely depends on when they want to potty train. When you start training, teach your kiddo to use the potty whenever their bladder is full or they have a bowel movement. Once trained, they’ll be ready for big-kid underwear!
What if your kiddo isn’t ready for potty training (or toilet training)? What if they’re totally terrified of potty training? What if they were trained, and they reverted back to going potty in their pants instead of the toilet? Preparing your kiddo for toilet training starts with familiarizing them with the toilet. The potty is nothing to be afraid of, and neither is potty training! But if your toddler is still using their Pull-Ups to take care of a bowel movement (A.K.A. poop), instead of running to the toilet, it may be time to try a new approach to potty training. Here’s a tip to make the potty training or toilet training journey easier. If your kid is big enough to potty train on the toilet, teach them to go potty around the same time as mom or dad. Or, start training them to go potty at the same time as their brothers or sisters. This will help normalize using the toilet.