Monday, 6 October 2014

First seven days rules.

First seven days rules.

  1. If your kid didn't have dry nights before you started concisework potty training, you can put the nappies on after she's fallen asleep. That way she won't be aware she has it on, and it'll keep her dry and safe from the colds and infections. 
  2. When you take them off, don't put them on, no matter how excuse - convenient the circumstances might be. If you do, the kid will forget everything she's learned so far and all your efforts will be in vain. Hence all the secrecy with the night diaper.
  3. The first time you take them off let her dance around in her panties, play some music and dance with her. She will be relieved of the burden for sure, because no child likes diapers. They prevent natural movement and cause friction with the skin. I promise you, the kid will be screaming with joy once you remove them and leave her free for the first time. 
  4. Stay at home. Try not to go out for too long the first seven days. Organize the life so that she's not bored at home. The next part is all about the games you can play while potty training. 
  5. Offer them the potty every half an hour. After the first week you will gradually extend the period so that by the end of the month you will have a two hour breaks between the potty and by the end of the second month your child will be able to inform you when he wants to go. 
  6. Morning whizz. After a long night, the risk of accident is the highest in the morning. So as soon as she wakes up, run for the potty.
Part 5 > What you must know before you start potty training


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