Potty Training Help:
Succeed With Potty Training Routines
By Danna Henderson
Experts agree that children benefit from daily routines. This is especially true during potty training.
Morning potty trips When your child wakes up in the morning, take him or her to the potty to sit for a few minutes.
Frequent potty trips It's often difficult for children who have just started potty training to interrupt their play time and rush to the potty when they need to go. Taking your child to the potty every 30 minutes so that he or she has plenty of opportunities to use the potty. The VibraLite watch is a fun way to remind you child that it's potty time!
Potty training solution on the go Always take your child to the potty before you leave the house. It's a good idea to pack a portable potty chair in case your child needs to go. Look for portable potty seats that fit into your diaper bag.
Potty training help before Bed Restrict liquids two hours before bedtime. Prior to tucking your child into bed, take him or her to the potty.
© Danna Henderson
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