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Question: How to do potty training

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Answer: Hi dear, Potty training could be quite challenging for some babies although for my daughter bit was quite smooth.i had bought her a cute potty seat with music in it.so she was quite happy and excited to sit and use it.i started it when she was 2 years.later when she grew little more I got a seat pad to be placed on out usual comode.it was a smooth transition.some babies are adamant.but keep trying and make it it as a routine.
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