A few tips for toilet training

1. Make sure your child is ready for toilet training.
Talk to you child to see if he is ready to  stay dry for longer periods during the day, letting you know if he has wet or soiled his diaper and is interested in using the baby bug potty or toilet trainer Don't rush it. Many children are not ready for toilet training until 2-1/2 or 3 years of age.

2. Purchase a KidsKit Baby Bug or Toilet Trainer and familiarize your child with it.
The child needs to feel comfortable and relaxed for toilet training to be successful, and   in many cases,  adult toilets are too large for children. Have them sit on it and explain what it's for. If they   are going to use a potty seat, have them flush the toilet to get used to the sound.

3. Look for signals that indicate your child's need to use the potty. Often a child's expression changes when he realizes that he "needs to go", or he will stop what he's doing. Also encourage him to sit on the Baby Bug potty at times when he is likely to need it, such as after nap time or about an hour after meals.

4. Reward your child's success, but don't punish accidents. Accidents are a normal part of toilet training. You can use the reward system with encouraging words or even a small prize for each successful trip to the potty .....
 
Good Luck

 

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