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What potty training methods worked for your Child?

  1. Peter Leeper profile image80
    Peter Leeperposted 6 years ago

    What potty training methods worked for your Child?

    I recently wrote a hub entitled "Potty Training Your Insane 2 Year Old" where I discuss different techniques I have been using in an attempt to potty train my young son.  What has worked or not worked for you in this effort with your own kids?

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  2. cluebbert profile image58
    cluebbertposted 6 years ago

    My oldest son was about to turn 3. We were throwing a pool party for him. His best friend was 2 months older than he was and had been potty trained for 6 months. When I mentioned how embarrassing it would be for him to be wearing a diaper while Sammi wore a bathing suit he got on board and wore his own bathing suit to his party. Instant potty training!
    PS I don't think it is so much that they have to be trained as they need incentive to let go of the diapers. It is, afterall, easier to do your business in a diaper than to have to stop what you are doing and find a toilet.

  3. Tams R profile image83
    Tams Rposted 6 years ago

    When my first child was little and it was just her and me at home she loved to watch Barney. One day, I decided to set up her potty chair in the living room and let her sit on it while she watched cartoons. I listened carefully and when I heard her pee, I got all excited and asked her if she peed in the potty. She realized she did and I told her what a good girl she was and gave her a glass of her favorite juice.
    After about the first 3 times of doing it by accident and me making a big happy moment from it, she started doing it on purpose and telling me when she did it.
    I know it's non-conventional but it worked.

  4. hobbynob profile image78
    hobbynobposted 6 years ago
  5. ThePracticalMommy profile image96
    ThePracticalMommyposted 6 years ago

    Here’s what I learned in the process of training my son to use the potty and other potty training tips and techniques. read more

 
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