Previous studies have suggested
that children are completing toilet training later than in preceding
generations. For example, more than 97 percent of children were
potty trained by age three in the 1950s. Currently, that number
is only about 50 percent.
With Potty Training Routines
Experts agree that children benefit from daily
routines. This is especially true during potty training. 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!
You will find
dozens of books on the subject and thousands of web sites with
information on how to do it stress-free. There are even people
who are capitalizing on a parent's frustration with potty training
by offering to do it for you for a hefty sum!
Learning for Toddlers
Parents of toddlers
know all too well the difficulties in convincing a two-year-old
of the benefits of using the potty.
Communication - Natural Infant Hygiene
It’s Not Too
Late for Infant Potty Training
A Gentle Alternative to Long-term Diapering