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Oh Crap! This Actually Works: Potty Training Program

Oh Crap! This Actually Works: A Proven Potty Training Program for Parents

There are endless resources and opinions on the market, as well as countless social media influencers telling you to do potty training one way and others telling you to do it another way. I know this because so many parents come to me after exhausting every “proven” method available wondering where they went gone wrong and believing that their child will never be potty trained. This is the primary reason ...

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child development

Your Baby’s Regressive Behavior May Be a Sign of Growth

From crying to single word expressions, from needing to be held throughout the day to walking, and from diapers to underwear; these are the most significant and celebrated milestones that occur within the first three years of a child's life. Infants, however, cannot accomplish these feats alone as moms and dads play an integral role in nurturing language as well as supporting their little ones in the development of strength, ...

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Lori’s Little Wisdoms Vlog – Potty Training

Potty training is not something that children try it is something that they do until achieved. Potty training is a developmental process with building blocks that need to be achieved in chronological order for optimal success. Contrary to popular belief and practice, voiding in the toilet is one of the very last steps in the potty-training process as it takes time for children to physically and intellectually understand that, “Potty ...

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Potty Training Phase II: The 3 Keys to Voiding in the Potty

Establishing routine and independence is the first phase of the Potty Training Process. After you have established a daily routine of visiting the potty every 45 minutes with your child and encouraged her to be independent in the bathroom, you are now both ready to move on to Phase II. Phase II is all about successfully teaching your child to void in the potty following these 3 important keys: 1. Switch From ...

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