Just like any other parenting activity, potty training your child is important and should be taken very seriously.
There are so many parents who say it’s an easy task and there are so many others who say it’s a complete nightmare.
Well they’re both right, kinda…
If you have everything planned out, yes, then it is easy. If you’re wing it, it will be your worst nightmare
So when it comes to planning toilet training for your child there are a couple of important things you need to decide on from the start.
First of all, there will be no potty training without a potty. So… what are you going to use, a potty chair or a potty seat? This is big, because your toddler needs to use it and needs to love using it. If he or she is indifferent, it’s your choice depending on what you’re looking for, easy to clean or portability.
There are many guides and courses out there that promise you that you will be able to potty train your boy in 2-3 days, or girl. They do work, but if you’re thinking to start toilet training in 3 days, both you and your child needs to be prepared.
Another aspect which needs your attention is, whether your going to use rewards or not. My personal suggestion is to use them. Potty training rewards are very efficient and they motivate your toddler to do want you want him or her to do.
And there are so many types of rewards you can use right now, trust me you won’t run out of ideas. I remember I searched for potty training charts for girls when I trained my daughter Tina and I ended up with dozens of fun models and designs.
Well I guess this is it for part 1 of this guide. If you have any more questions you can leave a comment in the box below.