Babies learn to use the toilet at different rate. On average, it takes between one to three months for a child to become potty trained.
Many parents begin to potty train their
children between the age of eighteen months and three years. However, do not
rush your child and make them start potty training before they begin to show
signs that they wish to be potty trained, because it can be frustrating to try
to teach a child before they are ready.
Babies learn to use the toilet at
different rate. On average, it takes between one to three months for a child to
become potty trained. It takes even longer to teach children to use the toilet
independently which includes wiping off.
that Your Baby is Ready
How to know if it's time for your baby to get some 'potty training lessons' from his mother? Mothers, especially new mums, don't realize the right time to start potty training for their babies and that is where their babies develop a habit of pooping whereever and being cleaned by their mothers at an age where they should have been properly potty trained. There are a few signs that may be helpful in realizing if it is the right time to start 'potty training lessons' for your growing baby:
baby realizes that they need to go to the toilet.
baby can gives you signs or tells you that they need to go to the toilet.
can control their bladder and bowel movement for at least for a small period of
nappy remains dry for a few hours during nap time.
baby is able to take off their own clothes.
baby is able to walk and climb properly.
baby is willing and able to listen to and follow your instructions.
baby is able to sit peacefully in one place for at least a little bit of time.
baby enjoys sitting on chairs and/or seats.
to Potty Train Your Baby
1) Some parents start by leaving their
baby’s bottom naked or covered with an absorbent cloth. They, then, keep an eye
on the baby’s movements and actions and try to understand their cues. Once they
realize their baby needs to use the potty, the parents directly take their
children to the toilet.
2)Start making your baby sit frequently
on the toilet. Let him or her become used to and comfortable with the toilet.
Slowly, you should notice that your baby is peeing and pooping more frequently
in the toilet.
of Potty Training Your Baby
you to save money, because you no longer have to buy nappies.
is easier to clean a baby on a toilet than changing a nappy.
prevents nappy rashes and infections.
saves your time and energy.
of Potty Training Your Baby
baby may feel irritated and/or stressed.
process can be tiring for your little one.
baby could resist toilet training.
not try forcing your baby to learn faster.
and stop training as per your child’s will and readiness.
·Be very patient
as this process can be very time consuming and messy.
to not to train your baby near any sharp or pointed surfaces, because your baby
might move a lot in the beginning due to anxiety or stress.
person and child is different, so try to use the method that works best for you
and your baby.
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