A Friendly Reassuring Way To Help Your Child Learn To Use A Potty
Author: Roger Priddy
Publisher: Priddy Books
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
• A friendly, reassuring approach to teaching children how to use the potty. • Training book. • Progress chart. • Magnetic reward chart. • Magnetic pieces. Warning: Choking Hazard - Small parts. Not intended for children under 3 yrs.
• Invaluable guide for parents and children to read together on developmental milestone of potty training • A reassuring and friendly way to train children which also includes practical advice and tips • Complete with sound buttons with positive messages which can be used to praise and encourage the child on their progress.
'A practical guide to helping your child through one of the most important developmental stages of early childhood' - Green Parent Book of the Month Gurgle's Honest Read for December How to make potty training stress free for you and your child The Gentle Potty Training Book is a practical guide to helping your child through one of the most important developmental stages of early childhood. Avoiding strict timelines, rewards and plans that are based solely on a child's gender, Sarah Ockwell-Smith advocates an approach that is based on your child's unique developmental stage - because the gentlest, easiest and most effective potty training happens when you work with your child as a team. Sarah's advice includes: * Recognising the physical and emotional signs that your child is ready * How to talk to your child about potty training and prepare them emotionally * What you need to get started - the practicalities * How to respond to accidents and setbacks * Potty training your child when you're in full-time work or co-parenting * The when and how of night-time potty training * What to do after previous false starts Comprehensive, practical and realistic, Sarah's advice will give you the necessary understanding and confidence to make potty training a smooth process for you and your child.
Potty Train Your Twins in Four Days Before the Age of Two
Author: Dianne Delongchamps
Category: Family & Relationships
Come along for a crazy ride through "Potty Training Boot Camp for Twins, " as you prepare to conquer and celebrate the transition to a diaper-free world! Author Dianne DeLongchamps shares her proven system for potty training twins in four days and before the age of two. The key ingredients for successful potty training are humor, patience, and an "I won't give up" attitude! "Potty Training Boot Camp for Twins" is a program based on loving and consistent potty training that takes the needs of twins into account. The key to this step-by-step process is the use of the American Sign Language "potty" sign to enable your twins to effectively communicate their needs and learn the training steps quickly. Research shows that eighteen to twenty-four months is the perfect age to successfully potty train because toddlers are starting to realize their bodily functions. They can walk themselves to and from the potty, they can pull their pants down, and they understand simple requests. When this program is complete, your twins will be in underwear during their waking hours and possibly the nap hours-and you will never have to use a diaper again.
"Give me just three days and you'll be able to pack those daytime diapers away for good, if you choose to. It really is possible to get to that stage completely from scratch in just one dedicated boot camp - and I'm going to show you how to do it." -- Amazon.
The perfect guide to establish when a child is ready for toilet training, how to deal with accidents, and tips for avoiding bedwetting. Providing detailed information on specific aspects of early childcare - from breastfeeding and sleep to crying and feeding - each book in the new Johnson's Everyday Babycare series gives thorough yet accessible advice and offers solutions to common problems faced by new parents. These handy little books are packed with practical information, useful tips, and up-to-date information on each subject.
If you could remember your own potty training, you’d probably recall a time filled with anxiety and glee, frustration and a sense of accomplishment, triumphal joy and shamed remorse. You’d remember wanting so much to make mommy and daddy happy, and at the same time to make them pay for being so darned unreasonable. And you’d recall feeling incredibly grown up once you got it right. Maybe if we could remember our own potty training, it wouldn’t be so tough when it came our turn to be the trainers. But as it is, most of us feel like we can use all the expert advice and guidance we can get. Potty Training For Dummies is your total guide to the mother of all toddler challenges. Packed with painless solutions and lots of stress-reducing humor, it helps you help your little pooper make a smooth and trauma-free transition from diapers to potty. You’ll discover how to: Read the signs that your tot is ready Motivate your toddler to want to give up diapers Kick off potty training on the right foot Foster a team approach Deal with setbacks and pee and poop pranks Make potty training a loving game rather than a maddening ordeal Mother and daughter team, Diane Stafford and Jennifer Shoquist, MD separate potty-training fact from fiction and tell you what to expect, what equipment you’ll need, and how to set the stage for the big event. They offer expert advice on how to: Choose the right time Use a doll to help model behavior Say the right things the right way Reinforce success with praise and rewards Switch to training pants Get support from relatives Cope with special cases Train kids with disabilities And they offer this guarantee: “If your child is still in diapers when he makes the football team or gets her college degree, you can send him or her off to us for a weekend remedial course—and ask for a refund of the cost of this book.”