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Signs to Take Your Potty-Training Child to the Doctor


According to the American Academy of Family Physicians, most children use the toilet during the day consistently by the time they are three years old. But every child is different, and your child may not be like “most children.” In fact, you may find yourself wondering if your child is on track or if you’re doing something wrong. If your child is having potty-training problems, you may want to put your mind at ease by calling your pediatrician, especially if your child hasn’t mastered daytime potty training by the time they’re four years old.

by Angie Long
4 potty training tips for you and your spouse

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4 Potty Training Tips for You and Your Spouse


One of the big things about guys is that we like to do things on our own. To our exasperated wives, it often seems like “just let me do that” were the REAL first words out of our mouths. A word to the wise, though: potty training is unlike anything you’ve done before. And if you think you should handle it on your own, you’re out of your mind. Sure, single dads don’t have a lot of choices, but if you and your wife live under the same roof, it’s important you learn how to tag team this whole potty training challenge. We’ve made it easy for you; here’s four ways to get started!

by Dr. Chris Snellgrove
5 numbers to know before you start potty training

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Potty Training Schedule: 5 Numbers of Potty Training


One stereotype about guys that happens to be true is that we like numbers. We’re not always good with feelings and emotions, but we’re happy with any cold, hard facts we can get our hands on. This is true for potty training our kids as well. There are a lot of “experts” out there, but it can be hard to get any real data that you can use. These are the kinds of numbers you need to make potty training easier, but they are hard to find. Fortunately, we’ve put together a definitive guide to five numbers to know before you start potty training your kid.

by Dr. Chris Snellgrove

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