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|When it comes to potty training your toddler we need to get a few myths out of the way first. I’m not going to sugarcoat anything here and tell you how things really are. The fact is potty training probably won't be a fun experience for you at first. In fact! it will be downright messy! |
So, let's begin...
|So many parents believe that if they routinely place their child on the potty seat, they will soon learn how to use it on their own. This one could not be further from the truth and in fact, confuses the child further. Sometimes they will go in their potty if they happen to be sitting on it... but they will also still go in their diaper if they happen to be in it. This gives your child no clear direction on what to do when they have to use the potty.|
|Completely Wrong! It should in fact be the exact opposite of conflict. If you take the correct approach and work to make potty training a fun and rewarding time for both you and your child, it will be nothing but cheering and celebrations|
|If you believe this, boy are you in for a rude awakening. The fact is that more and more daycares are actually turning away parents with children that are not yet fully potty trained. The ones that still do in fact offer to help use a one size fits all approach and this will conflict and confuse your child when it comes to home potty training|
|soiled diapers. This in fact does the opposite of potty training them. You instead teach them that it is acceptable to soil there diapers and that is where poop and pee belong. Not to mention the extreme risk of serious infections that can come from doing this.|
|This is probably one of the oldest myths when it comes to ditching the diapers for good. The honest to goodness truth is that the experience should be exactly the same no matter what the gender of your child is. All too many parents tend to over complicate thing with boys when they should be trained the exact same way you would a girl. Plus this myth comes about often because it tends to be more of the mothers role to potty train and when it comes to getting their son to use the potty, the mom might not feel as comfortable as if it was their daughter.|