Learning to use the potty is a big deal for little kids - and their parents. While it's definitely a time-consuming process with many ups and downs, it's also a process that can be easier for everyone with a few simple strategies, the right equipment and new, on-the-go tools that help make potty training fun anytime, anywhere.
Is Your Child Ready?
Many children start showing an interest in potty training around age 2, but others aren't ready until they're older - because successful potty training begins when a child is physically and emotionally ready, which doesn't always happen at the same time for everyone. Here are some signs of readiness you can look for:
What You Need
Before you start potty training, consider having a few of these tools ready to help make the transition as smooth as possible:
You'll probably hit a few roadblocks - and encounter stubbornness at its finest - with your toddler after you've started the potty training process. Keep in mind these dos and don'ts in order to get past them:
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