Basics of Training to Use Toddler Potty Chair

May 22nd

Most parents are eager to make their children to use the toddler potty chair, but not all children are ready at the same time. According to the website KidsHealth.org, most children are ready for potty training between 18 and 24 months, but some may be ready before or not show signs until later. Looking for signs that your child is ready, and verbal expressions that need to go to the bathroom or maintain dry diaper for at least two hours before starting the process.

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Unique Toddler Potty Chair

Prepare your child for training renovating the bathroom about a week before the actual process. Place a toddler potty chair in the bathroom and wet towels and a hand washing sink. Have the child practice using the potty seat and allowing you to sit with your clothes on to become accustomed.

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After doing this for a couple of days, let it sit with only the diaper on. Let me see you sit on the toilet, explaining that you are doing the same as him on the toddler potty chair. Children learn a lot by watching others, so this will help you see what he should do.