Helping Your Child Gain Toileting Success
It can be helpful to think of potty training as a process in which both you and your child have your own “jobs” to do. As the adult, your role is really focused on helping identify signs of readiness, teaching your child the words to use for body parts, urine, and bowel movements, and offering the tools your child needs to be successful in the toileting process.
When it comes to potty training, patience is usually rewarded!
It is up to your child to decide if they are ready and willing to participate in the toileting process. With the right tools and positive praise, your child will quickly show interest and learn to interpret the signs their body is sending!