The good news is that toilet training is very easy when you know all the tips and tricks, and there is no need for tantrums or endless hours spent sitting with a toddler who refuses to go potty Gina Ford will teach you to know when your child is really ready, and most of all how to make potty training fun....
|Title||:||Potty Training In One Week|
|Publisher||:||Random House UK New Ed edition April 6, 2006|
|Number of Pages||:||160 pages|
|File Size||:||778 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Potty Training In One Week Reviews
I started potty training my 2 yr. 2mo old in May 2010. I followed this guide but didn't push or pressure my toddler if she didn't follow it to a T. She was fully and completely potty trained in 13 days. We have about one (possibly two) accidents a week but the author states that is to be expected if training closer to age 2 than 3. The book is laid out for Day 1, Day 2, Day 3, etc. and what to anticipate. My toddler was on each day for 2-3 days before seeing progress. The author gives great insight and advice as to what signs to look for BEFORE potty training to know that your toddler is in fact ready, then she gives ideas and a plan for preliminary steps to take, BEFORE potty training to get your toddler ready. Then she lays out a daily plan reminding you to not ever be frustrated or annoyed with your toddler if they have accidents. My daughter had accidents every time for the first two days, then moved slowly to some accidents, some successes on the potty, before moving to mostly successes, and within 13 days was telling me when she needed to go, and going successfully every time. I have found that the one or two times she may have an accident during the week is if she is engaged in play and not thinking about sitting on the potty; the author recommends if you see this trend to just remind your toddler for a while when engaged in play to go to the toilet or potty. Once my toddler got used to sitting on the potty over the next week, I then began to have her sit on the toilet. She uses the toilet primarily now rather than the potty.
I love the contented baby book so I was hoping this would be as informative. It is a good book but not as wonderful as contented baby was. Still it is helpful.
This book was recommended by my pediatrician after we had some trouble with potty training my son. It's a messy couple of weeks, but I think it's more efficient than other methods if you have the energy.
I have just potty-trained my daughter using the advice in this book and it worked like a charm. 10 days later she still has the odd accident when she gets distracted but that's to be expected. I did have to grit my teeth and keep trying but by day 3 my daughter got the idea and it's been plain sailing since.
A good short book.
Really very useful.
Im very happy and satisfied
A week my foot...