Best Potty Training Methods

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Even though I have two kids in diapers, I’m not in a rush to potty train my eldest, Emma, who is almost 2 years old. As I’ve prepared for and completed some of the early stages of potty training, I’ve realized that mothers are completely bombarded with all the books, advice, products, and programs on the market, telling us exactly what will and won’t work to get our babies to use the toilet. Still, when it comes to potty training, my daughter and I are taking it slow, and figuring it out as we go along.

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  1. I remember I used to feel the same way and believe me I know the feeling! But the lesson I learned was this I was making it harder than it truly had to be even on myself! Seeing my frustration because I had no answer a near and dear friend shared this with me and
    said they
    know it probably could solve my problem just as it did for theirs and
    now I’m sharing it with you
    because I can honestly say I know it will solve yours!!!

  2. There are a number of things you can do to get the child started off on the right path to potty training. The open door policy worked AMAZINGLY with our daughter. She wanted to go potty on the toilet like her mommy. Also, they have potty training dolls you can find for cheap on Ebay. They drink a bottle with water in it, and they really go potty. It is a good way to celebrate and get excited about going #1 or #2 before the child does. Here’s a video on youtube with some other ideas:

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