Are you trying to potty training your child and simply will not be good? Some children resist any attempt potty training you will make, while the other kids interested in potty training. You as a parent will be able to tell when your child is ready to begin potty training. Two or three years is the average age for your child to begin the potty training process? Here are some simple methods to help make it easier on you and your child.
1. Began to practice using the toilet around the age of two. Go out and buy a small toilet seat or a toilet seat that fits over regular size toilet. If you are potty training a boy led him to have a shield in front so that they do not make a mess. Bring a potty chair into the room that your child spends most of their time in the day or week when you have some spare time. Let your child run around just a shirt with their diapers. If this nudity bothers you then have your son or daughter to wear your clothes. If you have them in diapers they will never get the idea that when they urinate will run down their legs and make a mess.
2. Clear your schedule before starting to potty train your child. Choose a time when you know that you and your family routine was least likely to be interrupted by the holidays, living, moving into a new house and so on. Long holiday weekend is the perfect time to start potty training your little one?
3. Decide what words you would use to describe body parts, urine and defecation. Try not to use words like "dirty", "stink", or "naughty". Use negative terms can make your child feel self-conscience and shame. Talking about urination and defecation in a way that is simple and matter-of-fact.
4. Use your favorite picture of your child's actions or about potty doll pretend, explains "the baby is going to pee in the toilet." Diaper wearing their favorite teddy bear and then finally passed the bear for clothing.
5. Discuss with your child the advantage of being potty trained. Talk to them about not having diaper rash again, do not have to take time out from playing to have their diaper changed and beautiful feeling clean and dry. Help them understand that potty training is important stages of growing up.
6. Use books and videos to help your child understand the potty training process and see other children learn to use the toilet. There are many books and videos available online or at your local bookstore. Let your child see their favorite book while sitting on the toilet to help minute that passes.
7. Out the calendar and announce the potty. This is the day your child wants to start potty training. Use bright colors and circle that date. Continue to remind them that "potty day" is almost here.
8. Is your son or daughter wants to unroll the toilet paper? Try pressing roll so that the roll of cardboard in it is no longer round. In this way, it will not unroll quickly. Also, the small ones are potty training will not get too much paper per pull on a roll.
Usually it takes some practice sessions for children to understand what they should do and be completely potty trained. Just remember to keep trying, your child will eventually understand and be successful.