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Potty Training

emzy emzy
submitted this tip on September 25th 2006
When potty training I found it useful to let the child run around with just pants on at home until they got the idea of pulling them down! I also found they learnt quicker with going straight to pants rather than using pull ups. Some children get confused by them!

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Violet1 Violet1
commented on August 30th 2017
Hello, Emzy. My sons 3 years now. He’s using the toilet normally. When he was 22 months, I practiced him for the potty training. At this age, he was ready to use the potty. First, I let him watch and learn. Then I bought a nice potty a cool underwear. I taught him to sit and stand. Training was continuous and we celebrate his success
Lucia Lucia
commented on August 30th 2017
Hi, mommies. I’m a mom of 3 children. I want to share with you my experience with a potty. The Potty training was exciting. I found it deferent from one to another. I found that the best age for training is between 22-30 months. Boys tend to be ready a few months later than girls. Best wishes.
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