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Question: When we start potty training

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Answer: Hello! Potty training is better if started after the baby is 2 years old. They start understanding a little and can also pull off their pants on their own. Take care
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Question: How and when should we start with potty training
Answer: Healthy children aren't physically and emotionally ready to start using apotty until they are between 18 months and three years old. Boys tend to be ready a few months later than girls. Most parents start the training when their children are between two years and three years old. It's best to start between birth and 4 months, according to those who've used infant potty training. (If you start with an older child, it may take longer for him to learn, as he'll have to "unlearn" his diapering behavior.) Here are the basic steps: Watch your baby and get to know his elimination patterns. When and how often does your baby go to the bathroom? Does he always go at a particular time of day – right after waking up, for example? Does he make any particular noises, gestures, or expressions when he has to go? When your baby makes one of his typical elimination signs, hold him gently over a toilet, a potty, or even a bucket or pot, which may better suit his tiny size. While he's relieving himself, make a noise that your baby will learn to associate with elimination (many parents use ssssss or some other waterlike sound; others use a word or phrase like "go potty"). Repeat this sound or phrase whenever you see that your baby has to go, and also while he's going, so he'll learn to recognize it as a signal and connect his own impulses with the act of using the potty. When an accident happens, be matter-of-fact about it and stay relaxed. Advocate and mother of five Parise says your attitude helps your child stay relaxed about the process, too. During the nighttime, keep a potty right by the bed and put your baby on it before nursing or if he's restless during the night. Some advocates say that babies rarely pee or poop during a deep sleep and will usually become restless or give some sort of sign sufficient to wake a parent when they need to go – assuming that you're co-sleeping.
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Answer: Hello dear. Most of the children won't be ready to start potty training until they are between 18 months and three years old. Most parents start the training when their children are between two years and three years old. Few of the tips are as follows: Let the baby watch and learn. Buy the right equipment Help your child to get comfortable with the potty. Teach the baby to sit and then stand. Hope this information was helpful.
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Answer: It's best to start between birth and 4 months. (If you start with an older child, it may take longer for him to learn, as he'll have to "unlearn" his diapering behavior.) Here are the basic steps: 1.) Watch your baby and get to know his elimination patterns. When and how often does your baby go to the bathroom? Does he always go at a particular time of day – right after waking up, for example? Does he make any particular noises, gestures, or expressions when he has to go? 2.) When your baby makes one of his typical elimination signs, hold him gently over a toilet, a potty, or even a bucket or pot, which may better suit his tiny size. 3.) While he's relieving himself, make a noise that your baby will learn to associate with elimination (many parents use ssssss or some other waterlike sound; others use a word or phrase like "go potty"). 4.) Repeat this sound or phrase whenever you see that your baby has to go, and also while he's going, so he'll learn to recognize it as a signal and connect his own impulses with the act of using the potty. 5.) When an accident happens, be matter-of-fact about it and stay relaxed. Advocate and mother of five Parise says your attitude helps your child stay relaxed about the process, too. 6.) During the nighttime, keep a potty right by the bed and put your baby on it before nursing or if he's restless during the night. Some advocates say that babies rarely pee or poop during a deep sleep and will usually become restless or give some sort of sign sufficient to wake a parent when they need to go – assuming that you're co-sleeping. 7.) Be flexible. You don't have to be a purist to practice infant potty training. As mentioned above, it's fine to use diapers sometimes (at night, or when you're out, for instance) if it makes life easier. If you can, use cloth diapers, since disposables are so absorbent that your baby often won't realize when he's wet or soiled. 8.) Stay positive. Don't use pressure or punishment. However and whenever your child learns to use the potty, training should be gentle and positive, and done with a sense of humor. The goal is to help your child get in tune with his body and feel good about using the potty. Hope this helps.
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