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Toddler Toilet Training – Basic Steps

08.03.2009 · Posted in Home and Garden Articles

Toilet training toddlers can be fun or frustrating, depending on how you do it. Many people will claim the best way to train toddlers to ***** train but you and I know every child is different. Some toddlers will respond to what you are saying and listen whereas others will walk around with the ***** seat on their heads. I am glad you are smiling. nnThe following are some tips I learned during the time I trained my 2.5 year old to use the toilet. They are all basic points to consider. nn* The first thing to do is buy a ***** seat that is suited for your child. The ***** seat should come with a rubber ring for stability and should be adjustable. nn* Don’t immediately get frustrated if your child does not respond well to your toilet training. Keep repeating the training and eventually they will learn. In the long run it will mean less diapers to wash or throw away. nn* Toilet training boys takes longer and may require more time and patience. nn* Purchase a ***** seat and show your child how to use it. Most if not all children love to copy what adults do. If they see you using it, they will think ‘if mom or dad can use it, so can I’. nn* Toilet training your toddler is a developmental milestone for them. For your child being toilet trained is often a complex skill to learn. First thing your child must realize is the urge, then they must know how to take off their clothes, then they must know how to sit on a ***** seat and all the while try to hold off the urges until the right moment when they are all ready. With all these tasks to remember, you can realize why it’s a full learning process for your child. nn* Always try seeking advice and help. Every child learns at their own pace. If your child is not toilet trained by the age of 4, don’t worry and keep teaching them, eventually they will learn.

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