Many parents who has a child that is between one and two have tried to potty train their toddler. Many toddlers have had success at this age but there are many toddlers who are not really ready for this hurdle.
You have to try to potty train your toddler when they are ready. Your toddlers will show you signs of being ready when they are. They will go hide when they do a number two. Your toddler may want to see what you do in the bathroom because they are caurious. Many will tell their mom or dad what they have done in their diaper. Some ask to be changed. Your toddler is ready to be potty trained when this happens.
You may have heard this before and it is true, the parents are the ones who need to be potty trained. It happens to be true because we are the ones who need to take some time out of our busy days to encourage and praise our children. If the time is not taken then you just might be taking your child to schoold wearing a pamper. Not a bad thing if you like to change poopy diapers and spend you extra money on them.
When the signs have shown that your toddler is ready for potty training and you are ready to take the time then get it done. It will only take a few days to have your toddler potty trained for the day. Look for signs that your toddler is using his diaper for a toilet on the first day and tell your toddler that you have a potty for him to do that in. Enforce the potty chair and try treats when it has been used.
There is a lot of information online about potty training and remember that it is a simple part of parenting. Once you have got the basics of potty training your child down then it is simply an issue of practice and persistence. If you carry on practicing at it you WILL potty train you baby in the sizeable majority of cases fairly easilly. Plainly there will be cases where it will take additional time.
Just consider it - we have worked out how to to potty train our dogs and cats - so it has to be simpler with a small child. If you have attempted to educate a cat to do anything it doesnt wish to do, you will have observed it is very challenging - they did not coin the term 'as difficult as herding cats' for nothing. So however hard it is, keep trying and you should get your child trained in the finish.