21 months old baby

Question: Hello everyone....my baby boy 20 months ..how to give potty training....?plz suggest

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Answer: Hello now u should start the potty training .Try these methods Take it slow. Try to be patient when training your baby while he tries to inculcate this new habit. It takes time to form a habit. Maintain the time   Begin with every 10 minutes trip to the toilet.  As baby comes in terms with the habit increase the time slowly to 20 mins and then more.  Code words in public  Have your own mommy-baby code words or some signals that are not embarrassing in the public to know when your baby wants to poo.  Encourage your baby Every time your baby follows the pooping and  peeing rules you have to load him with love and appreciation.  Be a superhero Relate the practice of going to the toilet as  a superhero habit of your baby’s favourite cartoon character and he will follow the lead.  Get the right potty Sometimes baby might not like to sit on the adult pots so you can switch to pots specially designed for toddlers.
Answer: Hi! Remember that u don't give up, u wud end up having an easier life with a potty trained child. Take him to the washroom every two hours. Whether he does or not. Don't give up on that. If he pees in the training pants, let him know that it's wrong and that he is a big boy now. Whenever u use the washroom, inform him the reason you going, coz he needs to know that peeing is normal. There might me many times that u wud have to end up mopping the floor, but that's a part of this. Hope this helps!
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