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There is no denial that potty training is not as easy as a walk in the park. It demands a lot of time and requires conditioning of the mind. Yes, parents, you should know that potty training is not an overnight process. It is a roller coaster ride that you and your child have to encounter for the betterment of his or her growth and development. Although it will take long to get your child to potty, remember that you have to take it day by day. Do not be in a hurry because learning is not supposed to be hurried.

Perhaps you are now at the stage of trying to get your baby boy or baby girl to get into the potty and more often than not, in your dismay, nothing seems to go as planned. That is normal. Potty training is not always successful at first trial or at second trial. What you have to do is to execute a potty train a day.

What does potty train a day means? Well, it means that you have to train your child to use the potty daily. Encourage your child to go to the potty everytime he or she needs to flush out waste. You may ask your child questions like, “Do you need to go?" or “Is it coming now?" and show him or her your smiling face impliedly saying that the potty is waiting for him or her. There is no need for extreme physical force. Relax and let the child make up his or her mind to go to the potty. However, it will be helpful to ask everyday if he or she needs to go to without mentioning the word potty. Right then and there your child will know what you mean and will wittingly use the potty.

Usually, setting a schedule or journal for potty training would be a great help. It will keep you and your child on track to what both of you have accomplished for the day. By the next day you will not have a hard time dealing with the potty training. You can list down what to do next and one by one accomplish what is in the list. For instance, you can write “Day one: encouragement and demonstration. Day two: storytelling about good friend potty and showing how harmless potty is. Day 3: accompanying the child while using potty. " This will definitely create a huge positive change by the end of each day.

When you potty train a day you will have more time to relax and enjoy with your child. As soon as potty training ends, you do not have to worry anymore plus both of you will be more bonded and your child will grow to be a happy and healthy child.

Liyah Cherby likes to share her thoughts with other people especially with parents when it comes to potty training. Talking about potty training will open a door to understanding what parenting should be all about. For more information about potty training click at


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