potty training time

Jacquie - posted on 04/27/2010 ( 4 moms have responded )




i need ideas on how to potty train my daughter she know what it is she just wait to say something until after she goes

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Suzanne - posted on 05/10/2010




Potty training can be a major challenge unless you have a 'plan'. I always recommend finding a potty training program that you think will fit your parenting style, and then following it to a 'T'. I wrote a guide a while back that goes over all the different methods out there...you might find it interesting. The link below takes you to Amazon.com, where the guide is written.


Congratulations, though, on talking the initiative. Potty training is HARD WORK but so worth it end the end!

Suzanne Riffel, author of 'The Potty Boot Camp: Basic Training for Toddlers'

Ana - posted on 04/30/2010




Lol, That is cute! My son did the same thing when he went poop. Just keep trying to take her every hour, she may not go.. but it will get her in a routine. Try to make it fun for her. The second any frustration occurs, she may give up and think the potty is a bad thing. If it makes it easier for you, try putting the potty in the living room, or in a room she spends most of her time in.

Alejandra - posted on 04/27/2010




yes what kinberly says its true and always praise her when she goes tell her how she is now a big girl, n let her know big girls wear underwears and no pampers at all. She will have accidens but dont give up on her keep letting her get wet and im sure shes not going to like being wet

Kimberly - posted on 04/27/2010




what i do is ask her often if she has to go potty. Do it when she wakes up in the morning, throughout the day , and right before she goes to bed.

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