Potty Training Fix Blog
Bringing a new baby to the family is such a sweet exciting moment, except for the part that you just gave birth, you are up every two hours and your toddler may or may not freak out at the thought of sharing your attention for the foreseeable future. Tantrums, potty training regressions, sleep regressions and rejecting new baby are a few of the things that could happen - but they won't, because you're reading this article and we have great tips for you 😊. Let's dig in!
Traveling with little children can be really challenging - especially if you are in the midst of potty training-. And while there are a ton of gadgets out there that promise an easier flight, at the end of the day these are the top tips that have helped me travel over 30 countries with my two little children (and now including our little Maltipoo dog, twice).
Some children can be quite stubborn when it comes to potty training... but at the end of the day, it is a matter of finding the right motivation for them. Below you'll find 15 ideas to easily motivate the most stubborn child to use the potty:
Generally speaking, most kids will potty train successfully anywhere between 18 months and 3 years old. However, each child is different, and it is a good idea to ensure your little one is completely ready to embark on their potty training journey.