A mom is very eager to potty-train her 17-month old. Is that realistic? What are the pros and cons of early potty training?
My potty-trained preschooler is going through a potty regression. Is it because I’m pregnant? Is it a control issue? What should I do?
My very young toddler is starting to show interest and progress in potty-training, but she’s in a daycare center class that doesn’t accommodate for potty-trained little ones. She loves this daycare center, what should I do?
The Good News: Rewards got my son potty trained. The Bad News: I have no idea how to stop rewarding him.
Seriously. WHY WON’T THEY POOP ON THE POTTY.
My son is showing all the signs that he’s “ready” for potty training, without any of the actual “using the potty” part. What’s the next step?
My mother-in-law potty-trained my twins and forbade us from using pull-ups. We’ve had nightly accidents ever since but she won’t budge! Will we really ruin everything by using pull-ups at night?
Rome wasn’t built in a day. And most of the time potty training takes longer than that too.
When potty-training isn’t going well, is there ever a point where you should just pack it in and go back to diapers?
My daughter insists she’s done with diapers but I’m not so sure. How do I know when it’s really time to ditch the nighttime pull-up?
How to help an older child stay dry at night…and feeling good about themselves on the nights when they don’t.
Why it takes so much longer for some kids, and if there’s anything you can do to speed things up.
Is it really all that different from disposables? Can you avoid the Pull-Up phase altogether? What about those infernal snaps?
How to stop your little Houdini from removing his clothes and diapers.
When a new sibling brings back some old habits.
Is there life after potty training for cloth diapers?
When they just. Won’t. Poop. In the. Potty. No. Matter. What.
So, I read all your helpful suggestions from last week about my dilemma with toilet paper tubes on the floor and this is what happened….
It doesn’t matter what age you train: Your kid is in charge and WILL find ways to drive you bonkers.
Because at some point, you need to leave the house. How to continue potty training while you’re away from home. (Hint: DON’T FORGET A TOWEL.)