What age should I start Potty Training?
Linda - posted on 03/25/2010
I know one thing, don't listen to anyone who tells you that once you move them out of diapers not to go back. If a child is not physically ready you are wasting both of you and your childs time and patience, if a child is not mentally ready, you are in for a battle that will only make you both angry and stubborn.
Connie - posted on 03/25/2010
Research indicates 29 months is the best age on average, and that's what I've found after potty-training a dozen kids. Prior to that, at 2 you should start moving everything into the bathroom, diaper changing, etc., letting them sit on the potty if they show interest, letting them watch family members go and describing all the steps. Keep it low key. A child has to DECIDE to become potty trained, and once they make that decision, it's pretty instantaneous. Don't make it into a battle. It only delays the process.
Joanne - posted on 03/24/2010
I have been doing Daycare in my Home four 24 year and had two boys of ny own about 2 is a good time it all depends on how smart the child is you will know when it is a good time. If you can talk to them and they understand then start But if they are afarid of it do not fors it they will come around it works for me
Katoya - posted on 03/22/2010
I SAY YOU CAN START AT THE AGE 1 CAUSE THE EARLIER THE BETTER AND IT DEPENDS ON HOW FAST OF A LEARNER YOUR BABY IS. I HAVE 3 BOYS AND THEY SAY THE GIRLS LEARN FASTER THAN THE BOYS. BUT I HAVE THREE BOYS AND THEY ALL STARTED AT THE AGE OF 1
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