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.

Monday, June 29, 2009

Potty Training

Potty training is an exciting milestone for some families. In mine, for my first born it was an exciting time. I was looking forward to her being in panties and us getting to do more things outside of home. We could save money by no longer buying pull ups.

For some though, potty training puts a strain on the family. Moms and dads want their child potty trained Now leaving them with very little to no patience for resistance. My second child I thought would potty train on time. I bought him a small potty and he used it to go pee. Then some major transitions struck our household and he went backwards.

A year and a half of potty training went by and I was frustrated, humiliated and at wits end. He was nearing his fourth birthday plus Headstart Pre-K would not accept him unless he was potty trained. I felt hopeless for a time. I learned through this wonderful method I promote that however I am feeling so is my child. I learned some very, very simple techniques that helped me get my son potty trained in ONE weekend!

I encourage parents if they are curious about potty training or working on potty training with some struggles to sign up for our weekly newseltter Here. OR go ahead and buy our e-book with the entire story about my struggles with potty training and how my son and I got through potty training. Purchase Now

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Sunday, June 28, 2009

Potty Training Problems

What do you do when a child who has been potty training successfully suddenly starts wetting and/or soils their pants?

If you are currently potty training and you start relying on your child to let you know they need to use the potty this is a big issue. While you are working on potty training it is best for the parent to be taking their child to the potty every time.

Honestly I am amazed at the amount of parents who decide to start relying on their child telling them they need to go potty whether it is during the potty training process or right after they have successfully accomplished it.

My youngest son Hunter will be turning 4 in two weeks. Almost six months ago he potty trained yet I still have to remind or take him most of the time. Granted he is getting better telling me he has to go. According to my friend Janice who has worked with preschoolers for nearly 25 years now, expecting a child to tell you they have to go potty or them going on their own is a high expectation. Working on consistency continues even after you accomplish potty training. It takes both the parent and child working together for awhile before using the potty becomes a normal routine.

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Saturday, June 27, 2009

Potty Training Tips

Is my child ready for potty training?

I often get asked this question by parents all over the world.

It really depends on your child's readiness for potty training. Some children can potty train around 18 months while it may take another year or even two years for some children to get potty trained.

Parents must also be up to the challenges that can occur with potty training. If you are getting ready for a big transition within a few months you must know that it is going to take a lot of consistency and dedication even after you get your child successfully potty trained to keep it going successful. Having a baby, moving, a parent taking on a new job or even the death of a loved one can throw a child's behavior off siginificantly.

Parents often email me telling me their child was potty training wonderfully until dad or even mom took on a new job. Or moms are expecting a baby within the next few months and they want their child out of diapers or pull ups. If you are stressed, tense or frustrated right now, then prepare yourself for potty training rather than just diving in!

We thoroughly discuss what to do before, during and after potty training including when there may be potty accidents. Our book is dedicated to both potty training boys and potty training girls. Together our team has over 40+ years of experience working with children, including our own.

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Friday, June 26, 2009

Potty Training

Are you trying to get a child potty trained in time to be accepted into school? Our method can help you get your child potty trained in ONE weekend! You don't have to work on potty training alone. Our e-book is 40+ pages filled with tips, stories and ideas to help you get through the process with your child successfully.

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Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Potty Training Problems

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Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Potty Training

The greatest feeling a parent can have is the relief when their child has potty trained. No more diapers and more freedom for everyone. But getting there can be a real challenge.

Potty training is best to be started when the child begins to show interest in the potty. This can be wanting their diaper changed after peeing or pooping. The child can also be telling you they need to go or they want to try out the potty.

Allow your child to get used to the potty by just sitting on it. In fact, let it sit in front of the tv when they are watching their favorite show or movie. Give them something to do for entertainment. Once you get them accustomed to the potty then begin to do it on a consistent basis.

It's easier to get a child potty trained when both parents and child are relaxed and enthusiastic about the entire process. The more ready and motivated they are the faster the process can be achieved successfully.

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Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Potty training boys and Potty Training girls

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Monday, June 15, 2009

Potty Training

You can potty train your child in ONE weekend. Your child has to be ready and you, the parent has to also be ready. Potty training is a very important milestone in a child's development. They are transitioning from wearing a diaper to wearing panties or underwear and using the potty on their own.

For some, this can be a scary transition. Start out small and add steps gradually. Use positive reinforcement in potty training. Give treats for making an effort and a reward for successfully using the potty.

Even when a child has an accident remember they are learning. Punishing them is going to result in resistance. They will be afraid to try to go potty again which is a huge setback. Always be sure to reassure the child that you love them and to try again. Have them help you clean the mess up after a potty accident.

Potty training takes dedication meaning one must be consistent with it to be successful.

Our blogs discuss potty training experiences and include helpful tips. To learn more about potty training or to purchase our guaranteed How to Potty train in 72 hours e-book visit Pottytrainingsite.com today.

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Sunday, June 14, 2009

Potty Training

One of the most important issues parents must be aware of is whenever you are going through a major transition your children do feel the way you are whether they show it or not.

Today I am asked a question by a parent who is in the military and often travels. The child is picking up on the anxiety and resisting going to the potty. He is crying out in a way most adults do not do.

I often cringe when parents tell me they have disciplined their child during the potty training process. This is the worst thing a parent can do. Potty training is very important in a child's development. What happens can last a lifetime in a child. I recommend creating a healthy, positive environment for potty training. If a child is not quite ready then hold off. Both child and parent have to be ready for potty training to be quick and successful.

It is possible to have a child potty trained in one weekend. It takes both child and parent to be ready for the big transition. Our e-book is designed for the fast track although a parent can break it down for a slower pace. It is for potty training boys and potty training girls who are ready for this important developmental milestone.

We offer email support to those who have questions or concerns regarding potty training and our e-book. Visit our FAQ page on pottytrainingsite.com/blog .

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Saturday, June 13, 2009

Potty Training

It's all about having a positive attitude. I'm talking about potty training. As a child's development expands whatever they are exposed to gets absorbed. This is why so many doctors and psychologists say the first few years of a child's life can make or break them. Their brains are developing at a fast pace.

Potty training is an important part of that development. The way a parent reacts to the potty training process can make the difference in potty training quickly or have a long delay causing more frustration and even anger. So many parents now days are having to work just to make a living. This leaves very little time for one to potty train their child. Thus, they leave it up to a babysitter or daycare provider which can be successful or not.

There are parents who have a deadline to get their child potty trained in order to be accepted into preschool or stay at their current daycare. This alone can leave a parent extremely pressured and tense. Children will and do pick up on the tension which will lead to resistance with potty training.

With our e-book we help prepare parents for the big transition from leaving the diapers to wearing underwear or panties. Our book though is for parents ready to potty train now. However, it is a great tool to have for parents who are curious about potty training or they want to prepare themselves in the near future as their child is beginning to show signs of readiness.

We offer so much assistance with potty training from our website, blogs, to our weekly newsletter, e-book and our presence on Yahoo Answers. We provide support to those who choose to email us with any questions or concerns they may have. For nearly four years pottytrainingsite.com has provided potty training tips for potty training boys and potty training girls all over the world.

Visit pottytrainingsite.com today and learn more about us and our method.

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Friday, June 12, 2009

Potty training

Potty training is an important part of a child's development. Children develop at different times and thus, they potty train at different times as well.

If a child has not potty trained before age four they should be tested for any developmental delays.

Children potty train between age 2 and 3 1/2 although some can potty train successfully as early as 18 months.

Potty training successfully depends on the readiness of the child and parents. Parents have to also be prepared to work on potty training. With the e-book pottytrainingsite.com created, it thoroughly describes to parents how to be prepared, why you should be prepared and when to go for potty training. The book is intended for parents and children who are ready to potty train although it can be used at a slow pace for others just wanting to try potty training.

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Thursday, June 11, 2009

Potty training

Are you nearing a deadline to get your child potty training and you are at wits end?

Our method will help you get your child potty trained in one weekend! It's not impossible

If your child is resisting right now I highly recommend you take a break from potty training for a week, read our e-book and restart potty training once you are ready to dedicate time to getting your child through this important step in development

We discuss potty training thoroughly in our e-book, our website and our blog. Visit http://www.pottytrainingsite.com/blog for more information. We also have a FAQ page you can visit for any common questions you may have. Or you can sign up for our mini e-course (excerpts from the e-book) emails you receive for seven weeks you may opt in or out at anytime.

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Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Potty training

Is my child ready for potty training? How do I start potty training?

These are just two of the most common questions I often get from parents.

Around the age of 18 months some children will go through the I-want-to-be-naked-and-without-a-diaper phase. They'll potty anywhere but the diaper or the potty itself. This is okay because it is a normal part of development.

They are becoming more aware of their bodily functions with some they don't exactly like. So the best thing a parent can do is direct their child to a positive, alternate way of dealing with the bodily functions. Introduce them to the potty just by encouraging them to try it. Make a big deal out of it in a very excited way. Nudge them if you have to.

Of course there may be potty training accidents here and there. Potty training is a very important part of the development in a child. They are learning and parents, care providers as well as any other important people in their life are the teachers. 

Be creative with potty training. This is a great time to learn more about your child.

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Monday, June 08, 2009

Potty Training

I was reading a message today from a mom who asked if she was being silly regarding the overwhelming feelings she gets from potty training?

I replied back telling her no she was not being silly. So many parents do get through potty training gracefully while other parents struggle through the whole process. Her other concern was that millions of parents get through potty training easily.

Well, actually many of them don't.

That is why we created pottytrainingsite.com, the blog and the e-book to help parents get through the potty training process easier. We don't stop at having a website, a blog or an e-book. We offer support through email anytime. Nearly everyday time is spent on Yahoo Answers, Twitter, Cafe Mom and more.

We are dedicated to making a difference in the lives of families and the children who reaching an important milestone in development.

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