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When should I start potty training my toddler?
Many parents of toddlers wonder when to start potty training their child. While most children indicate they are ready to start toilet training between 18 months and 3 years, age isn’t the sole determining factor for potty training readiness. Like sitting up, crawl, and walk, potty training must be learned.
What is the fastest way to potty train a child?
Potty training is usually fastest if your child is at the last stage before you start the training. If you start earlier, be prepared for a lot of accidents as your child learns. They also need to be able to sit on the potty and get up from it when they檙e done, and follow your instructions.
When is the best time to start toilet training?
Plan toilet training for when you or a caregiver can devote the time and energy to be consistent on a daily basis for a few months. Ready, set, go! When it’s time to begin potty training: Choose your words. Decide which words you’re going to use for your child’s bodily fluids.
Should I try potty training in the summer?
Some parents prefer to try potty training in the summer. This is simply because toddlers won be wearing lots of layers, which are harder to get off when they need the potty quickly. Washing and drying clothes in the summer is a lot easier too. Read our tips for potty training success and look out for signs they are ready.