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Nikki Lamb Tudico
It doesn't have to be so hard.
The biggest mistake you can make is postponing or taking a break from potty training during travel.
Amanda the Virtuous Wife
The transition doesn't always have to be stressful.
Because we all know potty training can be a long and grueling process.
Potty training your child can be a stressful, but parenting expert Alyson Schafer is here to tell us all why we should all relax. In the video above, Schafer talks about when kids are really supposed...
Summer is a classic time to let our little ones run around buck naked as we teach them about the potty. After all, accidents on the grass are way less of a hassle than on carpets. However, summer pott...
When it comes to potty training, you've likely heard common assumptions, such as "you should wait 'til they're ready" or "boys are harder to train than girls." But are these statements really true?
London Media Press
Parents often want to know when to start potty training. Here is my answer: Begin "training" when your child is verbal. Start by helping them learn the language they'll need, like "pee,...
The process of convincing a 18- to 36-month-old child to give up the freedom of a diaper and learn to use the strangely shaped porcelain bathroom furniture is not for the faint of heart. While the problems may seem humourous to many, including parents who have already gone through the nightmare, there are potentially germy consequences that need to be considered.
At two, he's 87 per cent trained. He has the occasional accident, but who doesn't? (Blush.) The day is quickly approaching when I will no longer accidentally lick "chocolate" off my wrist, and I can buy more vodka and less diapers. Those friggers are 50 cents a poop, er, pop! I'm broke. And I'm not just talking about my vagina.