This article will give you information that will ensure a smooth and stress free potty training in just days.
In Just Three Days?My daughter is now 2 weeks short of 18 months. The perfect time to start potty training her. I am subscribed to baby center and regularly receive newsletters from them. I received one on potty training a while back and I now think it's time to go back are really go though it. Here is a link to the article.It is time for me to put the method outlined to the test and see whether it actually works. My only concern is that it requires the toddler to stay bare bottomed for about three months from the time the training starts. I am not so sure about that since it gets really cold here around July. If this does not work out I'll have to postpone it to a warmer month. But for now, here goes...Update: The July cold lasted for three days. I was able to keep her warm using warm knee length socks. It is now warm and the training can continue.
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Last Minute Preparations
She walks comfortably and is able to effectively communicate. She might not be talking any language on this world, but she is able to put across whatever she wants in her own cute and very unique way. These are some of the crucial signs to look out for when deciding whether it is time to potty train or not.The method mentioned above recommends setting aside at least 3 days to ensure that you are there for your baby at all times. You can see the stepd in the lens below. This in my case is already sorted for I am currently working from home. It is also necessary to start showing the kid what goes on in the bathroom before hand. This I have no problem since my little girl follows me there whether I invite her or not. I also have what I'll be needing for tomorrow. I went to the store today and got her a potty chair and some crackers. It's a good thing she loves them because she will be taking a lot of them tomorrow. The salt is to make her thirsty. Drinking lots of water is good for this experiment. The more she urinates, the more practice she gets. Practice makes perfect, right?