A simple, common-sense approach to teaching your toddler to use the toilet. This clear, step–by–step method will take your child all the way from diapers to dry nights.
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"Successful toilet training - that is, training completed with as little emotional upheaval as possible, in a time frame attuned to the child - requires a blend of techniques on the part of the parent, and readiness and willingness on the part of the child. This book will show you how to familiarize your child with using the toilet so that when his body develops to the point where he's able to hold in his urine and stool and release it at will, he'll be interested and willing to use this new ability."
|Publisher||Parenting Press (May, 1996)|
|Reading Level||Young Adult – potty training book, intended for parents of children ages 2–5.|
|Product Dimensions||8.4" x 5.7" x 0.5"|
|Shipping Weight||8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)|
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Mommy! I Have to Go Potty!: A Parent's Guide to Toilet Training
A clear, step-by-step approach to toilet training: from diapers to dry nights. Parent educator Jan Faull offers a simple, common-sense approach to teaching your toddler to use the toilet. Read this book and learn:
- How to tell if your child is really ready to toilet train
- How and when to use rewards
- How to deal with accidents
- Why it's okay to return to diapers temporarily
- How to defuse a potty-training power struggle
- How to respond to set-backs
- How to help a child with bed-wetting, constipation, bowel retention, and soiling
- Tips to make toilet training fun for kids
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- Comments about Mommy! I Have to Go Potty!: A Parent's Guide to Toilet Training:
I was a bit skeptical about this book since I have read that kids aren't ready to be potty trained until they are ready and you can't force the issue. I took this book home from work and read it when my son was 2 1/2. Within a month, he was out of diapers full time. I am sure that part of it was that he was physically ready, but the book taught me to recognize those signs. It also gave me ideas of how to positively encourage using the potty and make it a "fun" experience. I highly recommend this book to all parents.
- bottom line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.