My child is resisting the toilet training process. We got off to a good start, but now she’s refusing to use the toilet. What can we do now?
If you wait until your child seems ready to start the toilet training process, it can mean less set-backs in the long run. Here are the signs to look for.
How to make the big transition and leave nappies behind.
The growing number of parents who delay potty training until their children are three or older may be doing them and the environment a serious disservice, an Australian study says.
With a three-year-old boy who makes it to the toilet for one poo in 10 and as such believes he is too grown up for nappies, we live in a constant state of anxiety, bordering on terror.
Toilet training can be frustrating for parents and toddlers alike. Read Essential Baby's fuss free tips.
Toilet training can be frustrating for many parents, particularly those with little boys, says Illawarra GP Dr Margaret Perrott. Boys make up 90 per cent of the clients at her Figtree clinic where she assists parents with their children's toilet training, bedwetting and soiling control.
While the ultimate goal with toilet training is to literally stay on target, you need to do the same figuratively speaking! You will naturally become more confident as time goes on, but it is almost certain your child will have more than one slip up.