When you feel like your little one is finally ready to start potty training, you may be feeling a mixture of excitement and dread. Potty training is a big deal, and it can be hard to know where to start. The good news is that there are plenty of different ways to potty train, and each of them has its own benefits and drawbacks. We've outlined three proven methods below that have been successful for many families. To read more about what works for you, just click on the method you're interested in.
The key to potty training is to start early. The earlier you start, the more likely it is that your child will be potty trained by age two. It's important to use the same potty training method until your child is potty trained. If you change methods, your child may get confused and take longer to learn.
Make it fun for the child.
It's important to make it fun. Potty training can be a difficult process for both children and parents. If the child is not enjoying the process, they may not be as motivated to go potty. Try using stickers or other rewards to motivate your child. It is also important to give them privacy when they are using the toilet. You should also praise them when they use the toilet correctly.
The key is to be consistent. Find a schedule that works for your family and stick to it. You need to make sure you have enough time for toilet training. It can take weeks or months depending on your child's age and how often they go to the bathroom. If you are consistent, your child will eventually learn how to use the toilet.