It’s My Potty and I’ll Potty If I Want To!
Every parent, whether changing a cloth diaper or disposable, eventually longs for the days when their child will advance to the potty. But once the big day arrives you can’t help but wonder if maybe it’s easier to keep them in diapers, at least until maybe Kindergarten. It’s tough trying to decide when is the best time for your child to learn. Then there is the training, which is time consuming and requires the patience of a saint. I think for me the most challenging thing was when we were out and about. It didn’t matter if we were at the park or shopping, when the mood hit we would have to worry about the cleanliness of the bathroom and even more frustrating was shopping trips where the bathroom was “for employees only . . . no exceptions” WHAT?! Not even for the 2.5 year old little girl standing before you doing the potty dance? That’s when I created my emergency roadside assistance kit for small bladders and tiny tots.
Here’s a few things to help you with your potty training efforts, 11 Potty Training Tips, Tricks and Products for Boys and Girls. Positive reinforcement is key when potty training your toddler, so it’s important to know How to Make, Print for Free and Use a Potty Training Chart.
To help you with your potty training efforts Money Saving Parent brings you this It’s My Potty and I’ll Potty if I want to Giveaway! To help you find just the right way to encourage and reward your toddler to potty “Mommy MD: The Toddler Years” is here to help you with potty training and other toddler troubles. And, just to make sure your little one sits on the potty we bring you the iPotty Chair, designed for both boys and girls. Slide the iPad into the compartment and maybe you will actually get them to sit in one place long enough to potty.
Make potty training fun and less stressful with this great invention!
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9 thoughts on “iPotty #Giveaway”
the hardest thing is trying to get my daughter to stay sitting on her potty.
Keeping the little ones from being scared!!
Would love to win for my grandson .just getting ready to potty train
I am not sure the hardest part yet as we are only getting started.. This would help us begin on the right track.
Consistency when I’m not there!
getting them to stay put and focus
Focusing and being consistant
Aim is the hardest thing for the boys! The girls is they are too distracted with their playing to tell you they have to go.
thank you for this giveaway.