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3 potty training techniques that demonstrate potty training

3 Potty Training Techniques That Demonstrate Potty Training

All the experts agree: one of the best ways to help your kid with potty training is to demonstrate what they have to do. This helps everything seem more natural to your children. Just one problem: This can be weird for us! Guys don’t even like to be too close to another person at public urinals. The idea of demonstrating good toilet habits to a very young child feels downright strange. Fortunately, it doesn’t have to be that way. We’ve put together a definitive list of ways that you can demonstrate potty training, all without making it weird for everyone involved.

by Dr. Chris Snellgrove
elimination communication, early potty training

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Elimination Communication for Early Potty Training

“Assisted infant toilet training” refers to the way infants are taught to eliminate in many parts of the world. This method is used in China, India, Africa, Central America, and South America, especially in what are called “developing countries.” Not only do many people there not have access to washing machines, they may not even have indoor plumbing. Diapers are not used.

by Anna Kaplan, MD
signs of potty training readiness

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8 Signs Your Child is Ready for Potty Training

Is your child ready for potty training? While the average age to start potty training is 18-24 months, every child is different and will meet this milestone at his own pace. Starting too soon can create toilet resistance, fears, and tantrums, whereas starting too late increases the economic and environmental costs of diapers and may make your child more resistant to change. So, when is your toddler ready for potty training? Here are eight signs of potty training readiness:

by Julia LaBoy

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