Do you wish to get your toddler out of wet and dirty diapers? Or you once began the process of potty training but regression and setbacks took over?
If so, this three-day guide is for you because I know how frustrating potty training regression and setbacks are for parents.
By making the decision that your child is ready to get out of diapers, congratulations on such a move! Using the toilet is an essential skill that enhances the development of your baby's independence and increases his/her confidence. The purpose of training to use the toilet is to teach your child to know how to recognize the feeling they get from their bodies before using the toilet.
As well as learning to sit, crawl, and walk, the use of the potty is a skill that your child should know. While most kids are ready to begin potty training between 18 months and three years, there are numerous skills and abilities that a baby must master before beginning the exercise. Potty training is best done when your child's physical and emotional development is at a certain point.
What you tend to learn within the scope of this guide is as follows:
- Before you start
- Signs of readiness your toddler is ready to potty train
- Potty train in three days
- Potty training tips
- Likely setbacks of potty training
- Troubleshooting tips and tricks to get off setbacks for a successful potty training
- Handling regression
- Potty training reward ideas
- And much more!
Kindly get your copy now to put your toddler ahead of his/her peers in three days!