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***** Training Tips

12.10.2011 · Posted in Parenting Articles

***** training can be considered as the most difficult milestone to be achieved for the parents. Many of us get frustrated when it comes to changing soiled and smelly diapers. We eagerly wait for that one day when our child can come and tell you that he/she wants to use the bathroom for *****/stools. Well it is time to throw away disappointment and adopt steps that can change this whole episode to a favorable one for both the child and the parent.rnrnThe first tip which is of high importance is to know when to start the training process. Look out for the signs of readiness from your kid and then start the whole process of ***** training. When you start before this, it is likely for the child to throw tantrums and get frustrated and this could lead to you as a parent losing your patience.rnrnThe initial equipment that you buy for your child should create interest in them as well as provide them comfort. If he/she is interested in music you can probably go for a musical instrument. Even if they do not want to sit on it for *****, the instrument may make them want to use it. Also take care to buy the right size *****.rnrnUnderstand that ***** training takes time and allow space for your child as well. Do not force or pressure your child. Try and go along in the pace that your child is comfortable with. More importantly, when your child is not able to express it, do not punish, criticize, scream or scold them. This can put them off mentally. Go slow and try to make them understand. It takes a lot of patience, love and understanding. If, at any stage, it becomes too tiring for the child, put off the process for the time being.rnrnYet another important rule to follow in ***** training is to be consistent and create a routine. You are the best person to chart his ***** time. Observe the trend and choose a time when he/she is likely to pass. It could be immediately after they wake up, during bath time, after they brush their teeth, after breakfast etc. Make sure that he/she sits on the ***** at this time, and in time they should get used to the routine.rnrnSlowly encourage them to ditch diapers and start using the ***** when they get the urge to pass *****/stools. When they start understanding and implementing this, be sure to praise them every time for their efforts. Even if sometimes they fail, do not get angry, but on the other hand tell him it

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