Monday, 6 October 2014

So, what IS the right time?

So, what IS the right time?

The correct answer is  - you need to find it out on your own. You have probably been told this before, but unfortunately this is the only way. It's not easy at all to figure out when is the right time to start. Every child is unique, but here are some guidelines to help you

Is your child:

Able to walk, and even run, steadily.

Urinates at least half teacup at one time.

Poos regularly and at predictable time.

Has "dry" periods of at least two hours or during naps, which shows that his bladder muscles are developed enough to hold urine.

Can sit down quietly in one position for two minutes and play at one place for half an hour.

Can pull his pants up and down.

Hates the feeling of wearing a wet or dirty diaper.

Wants to watch you go to the bathroom or wear underwear.

Gives a physical or verbal sign when he's having a bowel movement such as grunting, squatting, or telling you.

Takes pride in his good deeds.

Isn't resistant to learning.

Is in a generally cooperative stage, not a negative or contrary one.

Can follow simple instructions, such as "stand up", "sit down", "bring me xyz" etc.

Has words for urine or stool.

If you have less than 3 "no", you can go ahead and try getting used to using potty.

Part 3> The secrets of Concisework Potty Training


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