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Toddler Toilet Training

Have a toddler ready to make that all-important move from nappies to the potty? Well, toilet training is a milestone, and with the right approach, it's achievable.

Getting Ready for Day One

Potty training may seem like a big challenge at first, but don't worry; we are here to give you support. Armed with the correct information and expert advice, this experience can be positive and successful.

Make sure the process of toilet training is pleasant,

Follow Your Child's Lead Every child is different; some may quickly adapt to potty training, but some need a little time. Trust your child's readiness and look for the signs that they are geared up to get started—no hurry in the process.

Be Positive: Use positive reinforcement to encourage your kid. Celebrate each win, no matter how small it is, to build their confidence and keep them motivated. Be Consistent: This can be the key. Once you start to use training pants, do not take them off at all. Make an established routine and follow that daily.

Be patient: accidents and setbacks are part of learning. Be patient and assure your child that it is okay to make a mistake and that even though progress may be slow, with patience and persistence, success will follow.

Signs Your Child is Ready

There isn't any particular age at which children are supposed to be ready to be toilet trained. Most are ready somewhere between 18 months and three years of age. What parents should look for are the following signs:

  • Indication of willingness to use the restroom or potty.
  • Remaining dry for extended periods of time.
  • Expressing the need to urinate.
  • Shows displeasure with a soiled diaper.

If the first tries do not work out, or if everything comes to a grinding halt, it is perfectly okay to take a break and try again later. It's OK to research additional strategies when you pick up where you left off.


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