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GETTING STARTED WITH POTTY TRAINING

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SIGNS OF POTTY TRAINING READINESS






  • Most children can be ready to start potty training between 18-24 months. Children will train easier before 24 months; some can become willful after that point.
  • Both the family and the child need to be ready. Review the Signs of Potty Training Readiness & make a plan with your significant other.
  • If your child is having trouble catching on, stop for 2-4 weeks and then try again.
  • Find a time when you can be around during the week to start potty training. Summer vacations or holidays are the best times.

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  • The bathroom might not be the first place to try. If your child has a certain area of the house where they prefer to go potty, it might be a good idea to get a portable potty, like the BABYBJÖRN Potty Chair or Smart Potty, and let them try there.
  • Putting the Potty Chair in a room where the child typically plays, helps them get used to the idea of potty training.
  • When traveling: Take a portable potty or potty seat with you.

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  • Sticker charts are great. If your child earns a certain number of stickers, they can earn a non-food reward.
  • If your child still wants to go in their diaper, take them out of it. If they are wearing underwear, they will feel uncomfortable when they are wet. If you are concerned about the mess, you can put the underpants on under the diaper. For these kids who don't like we aring underpants, encourage them to wear them for a short time and offer rewards when they keep them clean and dry.
  • To help keep them dry at night, stop liquids 2-3 hours after dinner, depending on your child’s bedtime.

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