5 Signs your toddler is ready to be toilet trained?
Taking care of your little one is something you would not trade for anything in this world. Watching him sail through his milestones is a joy despite the challenges. As soon as your child turns about 18 months old and is ready for toilet training, it is time for yet another challenge: Is your child ready to be toilet trained?
There is really no usual age at which a toddler starts showing signs of readiness for toilet training – it can be anywhere between 18 months and three years. If you are wondering if he is ready for toilet training, here are some signs to indicate readiness:
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The secret to successful toilet training is in determining if the child is both physically and emotionally ready for it. While children may be ready between 22 and 30 months of age, remember that every child is different. As long as the signs are there, you can be sure there would be no ensuing power struggle in moving your child from diapers to using the toilet self-sufficiently.
Don’t rush to get your toddler into the potty habit. Starting too early may turn into an unpleasant experience and make the training process more difficult. There’s no specific age to dictate when to start the child on using the toilet. These signs will tell you how and when to toilet train.
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Potty training is not the same for all children. Some are able to learn the skill right away without much difficulty while others take years to do it properly. If you have a young child, potty training can be daunting for you too. For the purpose of making the training process less stressful and overwhelming for you and your toddlers, you would benefit by learning a few practical potty training tips.
Here are some basic toilet training tips to make the process somehow easier for both of you.
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