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THROW ALL DIAPERS AWAY

PROTECT FURNITURE

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RESPONSIBLIE

CONSISTENCY

DON’T PUNISH

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POTTY TRAINING TIPS

First thing’s first! There are SO many options to potty train your toddler. What will work for you child? Is my toddler ready for potty training? What are the signs? Even if you are not sure, you can start potty training around the age of 2.

This potty training method relies on your commitment to stay home for at least three days.

 If you and your child are ready to explore the world without a diaper, but prefer to have some extra information and strength to start this training, check out some of my top tips for all parents!

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THROW ALL DIAPERS AWAY

  • Throw All Diapers In A Clean Bin
  • Donate Diapers To Friends
  • This Makes It More Realistic For Your Child
  • Call Them "Sleeping Underwear"
  • Be Clear About It
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THROW ALL DIAPERS AWAY

Throwing away diapers is a very good thing. It’s the road to the diaper-less child that leaves a bit to be desired, if you ask me. Sure, there is more laundry to do, but those tiny underwear don’t take up much space in the washer. 

There are those parents out there who swear up and down that it was super easy and their child only had one accident during the potty training journey but most of the time it does not work like that. That’s why we designed the Pottytrainingbox. The complete deal, for parents and child. 

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PROTECT YOUR FURNITURE

Do you have removable covers on your couch cushions?
Wrap the cushions in large trash bags beneath the slip covers to protect them. The covers are 100% cotton and easy to wash, a quick cleanup without affecting the cushions beneath.

Don’t you have removable covers? Waterproof protective pads when potty training are easy to use and if you put some towels on top of the cushions, it is compy as well. 

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  • Sit On The Potty (With Clothes On)
  • Flush The Toilet Together
  • Pull Down Clothes
  • Take Toilet Paper
  • Clean Yourself
  • Washing Hands Together
  • Dry Hands Together
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USEFUL TIPS WHY DEMONSTRATING IS SO IMPORTANT

The Potty Training Box will guide you, give you strength and the right mind-set. Once the first day, place the potty in a central location. Be a role model: sit on it if needed to show your child what to do. A fun way to encourage him to use the potty. 

Visual learning is quite populair those days. Recently, we’ve seen an increasing number of parents and teachers discovering our Potty Training Flash Card SetIt is a new way to teach and engage their toddlers. 

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MAKE YOUR CHILD RESPONSIBLE

Make your child also responsible for cleaning accidents. It is not a punishment, it makes your child realise if they don’t go on the potty, they get a wet pants. It as part of learning to be a good “citizen” and responsible for their own actions. Even when it’s an accident.

It’s part of potty learning! Don’t let them spray cleaner or anything, just have them changes clothes and bag the wet clothes. Give them a big piece of paper towel and show them how to wipe up the liquid. Wash hands very well!

Be calm about it. “Oops, you had a little accident! You must have forgotten to listen to your body….that’s okay, it happens.
Let’s change clothes and, now clean this up together…” After they go back to what they were doing, I give the floor a spritz with cleaner and wipe it up myself.

 

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  • Is your toilet smelling like pee? Just use shaving cream. Give it a try, it does the work in one hour. Just spray the foam everywhere on the toilet and on the floor. 
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CONSISTENCY

Learning to potty train is a new milestone for your child and to help them fall into the routine of things, it is best to repeat the same behaviours daily for success! Consistency is key in teaching toddlers to pee on the potty!

Complete the timetable in the pottytrainingbox and capture the details: what time did they have something to drink, what time did they go pee or poo? This is handy and routine brings comfort and consistency to a child’s life. 

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DON'T PUNISH

Using punishment during potty training can backfire you. Additionally, punishing kids about toileting always seems to result in more accidents.

Praise each succes! Don’t just focus on praising the goal. Remember to repeatedly encourage: “Let me know when you have to pee/poo, ok?”

Even if everything is on the floor, do not punish. Let your child finish it on the potty and tell them they need to pee and poo on the potty and not on the floor. Do not ask if they need to pee; they need to understand that they need to indicate when they need to pee. 

SHOP NOW!

BONDING

Do you have removable covers on your couch cushions?
Wrap the cushions in large trash bags beneath the slip covers to protect them. The covers are 100% cotton and easy to wash, a quick cleanup without affecting the cushions beneath.

Don’t you have removable covers? Waterproof protector pad when potty training are easy to use and if you put some towels on top of the cushions, it is compy aswell. 

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  • COMING SOON
  • Bonding Activities
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Each time your child uses their potty the right way, it is time to stick a sticker! It will make the process more exciting for your little one so they are eager to go on their potty more and more. Be proud, make it fun and jump around.  Below some Potty song tips, that will help along the way. 

TIP: How to get toddlers to release urine on the toilet?
– Run the water in the sink next to your child

In our Potty Training Box we share a whole page of useful tips how to…

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DIY cloth training pants

Do it yourself! I was so surprised about the price for training pants. If you have the time, make them yourself and safe a lot of money. Great for small accidents, it will absorb more than regular underwear and keep their clothes and sheets drier. If you have any sewing skills, you can make them for 1/4 of the price of pull ups. Below some helpful links.

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