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How to Potty Train Girl- Start Potty Training

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How to Potty Train Girl- Start Potty Training

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Potty training is an important time in a child's life. Often a girl is easier to potty train than a boy, but when is the right time to begin potty training? Every girl is different, and finding the ideal time to potty train ensures a more successful attempt.

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  • Hold you by the hand, Step-by-Step Instructions, following a Proven System which will have your child running to the potty or toilet to do Pees and Poos!
  • A proven Modeling Process, that will accelerate your child's learning and potty training
  • How potty training can be a Fun and Rewarding experience for both you and your toddler!
  • At What Age you can start potty training your child
  • When The Time Is Right to start potty training your child. Pick the wrong time, and you will end up taking far longer!
  • How to Deal with Resistance
  • How to keep your child On Track once potty trained
  • How to Deal with Regression before it becomes a disaster
  • Overcoming your child’s Fears in using the potty or toilet
  • How to Deal with Incontinence and Bedwetting
  • How to Deal with Constipation
  • How to deal with Encopresis (pant soiling), or better still preventing it from happening in the first place!
  • How to deal with a Difficult Child
  • Techniques to employ to persuade your child to use the potty
  • Specific Examples of what to say to your child in given situations, to have them wilfully co-operate!
  • How to Deal With Accidents, in different situations
  • How to deal specifically with children of Different Ages
  • How to deal with the first Outside Trips while your child is being potty trained - using "foreign" toilets can be daunting for your child!

How to Potty Train Girl- Start Potty Training

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    Timing

  1. The key to properly potty training a girl is waiting until she is ready to potty train, not when the parent feels she should be ready. According to BabyCenter.com, girls are typically easier to potty train than boys. A girl may be ready to potty train anywhere from age 18 months to 3 years. Children mature at different rates, and while one girl may use the potty at a young age, another might not use the potty until she is much older. If your first attempt at potty training doesn't go well, wait until she is a little older and more mature. Don't be discouraged if it takes some time.
  2. Mental or Emotional Signs

  3. A good time to begin potty training is when the child becomes more independent and wants to do things herself. Wait until a calm period in her life, not when she is going through a dramatic change, such as starting preschool or moving with her family to a new home. Avoid potty training during the "No" phase as well. You'll have an easier time potty training her if she is in a cooperative stage and is actually interested in learning to use the toilet. Maybe she has seen a sibling or parent using the toilet and wants to try it herself. Encourage her, even if she makes a mess or does it wrong.
  4. Physical Signs

  5. The child should be old enough to walk and run on her own without falling constantly. If she has a hard time walking to the bathroom, she'll be less likely to use the toilet when she needs to. She must be able to wait three to five hours between visits to the restroom; if she is not, her bladder may not be developed enough for her to succeed at potty training. Once she is ready to begin, praise her efforts, especially when she succeeds. She will get the right idea in no time.

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How to Potty Train Girl- Start Potty Training

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Myths About Potty Training

You must wait until your child is 2 years of age to begin toilet training because the muscles aren’t ready yet.

FALSE. The truth is, a childʼs elimination muscles reach full maturity between 12-24 months. 18 months is the worldwide average. Using these muscles fosters early development and maturity, same as any other muscle in the body. Consider this: a child confined to a crib until he is 2 years old wouldn’t have the needed muscle development to walk. Getting your child out of the diaper encourages them to gain control of under-developed and flacid elimination muscles.

Early potty-training puts unneeded pressure on a child.

FALSE. The truth is, children reared to use the toilet early experience no pressure; they are naturally performing what they have learned. Children made to feel comfortable in their own waste until 24-48 months will not be as eager to discard this learned behavior. Over 80% of the worldʼs children are toilet trained between 12-18 months. The U.S. is one of the few countries where the average age has pushed 36-48 months.

The psychological effects of early potty training can be damaging.

FALSE. The truth is, the reverse is often true. Many children toilet trained at the ages of 3 and 4 are afraid to go on the toilet, and some need a diaper to have a bowel movement because it is what they have been trained to do since birth. Children trained to go on the toilet early will not have a fear of the toilet or an over-dependent need for their parents.

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