Potty Training Site Blog

Potty training tips and tricks. How to handle your potty training problems and frustrations. Discover the fastest, easiest most effective method for ending your potty training problems and frustration. This blog is about my adventures in potty training toddlers. Toilet training problems can be handled just like any other developmental situation. Kids pee, kids poop in pants, but is all just another mark on the potty training chart.

Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Making A Potty Training Chart

Free Potty Training Chart

Many parents have found that using a potty training chart has been fun and helpful while going through the potty training stage. I know there are many free charts available, but I suggest that you make your own. A child loves to do things with his parents and this is a good project to work on while you explain what it is going to be used for.

Is all you need is a poster board, some crayons or markers, stickers, glue, magazine pictures of children using the potty, and some imagination which will come from your child. Also put words on the poster like "big kid" or "I can do it". Allow your child to color the poster and watch the excitement grow.

Make potty training fun for you and your child. The method I teach shows you how to include your child's imagination while learning to potty.

This is a time of bonding as well as learning to take responsibility. Your child can use his imagination as he learns to use the potty and when he does use the potty he will be happy to place a sticker or draw a picture on the chart you and he created.

For more info about my method go to http://www.pottytrainingsite.com

Monday, September 01, 2008

Potty Train a girl or Potty Train a boy it doesn't matter

Our method works. Thousands of parents over the last two years have bought the e-course. Parents who were at wits end, desperate to get their child potty trained before a new baby, house move, or school.

I know and understand because I am one of those success stories. My son Caleb was nearing his 4th birthday. I was also in the middle of a nasty custody battle for my youngest son. Somehow my youngest sons father found out about Caleb not being potty trained and held that over my head...

I was mad, determined, and at wits end all at the same time. I met Janice at church during a discipleship class. I talked to her about my struggles with Caleb. At that time I had no idea she had her very own website and e-course to teach parents how they can potty train their child.

Desperate to try anything, I took advantage of Janice's offer. Try the method on my own and if it didn't work she would potty train Caleb herself.

I went home still skeptical. I did learn though that all the times I was tense, upset, or even emotional Caleb would pick up on that and rebel.

I implemented the techniqes Janice told me about. Within 2 days Caleb was using the potty on his own. I waited a week to be sure he really was using the potty by himself.

Relief and a ton of bricks fell off my shoulders. I was so happy. He could now go to Head Start.

You can be another success story.

Is your child ready?

Are YOU ready?

Do you have underwear or panties?

Do you understand there are going to be accidents while potty training?

Can you stay persistent?

As long as you answer yest to all the questions you can begin potty training.

Most parents who fail to get their child potty trained successfully are feeling tense and anxious. They want results now.

Our e-course is not magic. It is precise information for parents ready to take on a learning challenge for both them and their child.

It is about keeping a positive attitude and staying optimistic.

To find out more if you and your child are ready visit our Forum!