TOILET TRAINING IN 3 DAYS
Toilet training: What to expect
No magic age signals the ideal time to start the process of potty training. Some children develop the necessary physical and cognitive skills as early as 18 to 24 months, and others aren’t ready until they’re 3 or 4. (boys are often ready slightly later than girls .) Similarly, some children get the knack in just a few short days, while it can take others a year or more. Read on to learn baby’s toilet training in 3 days.
What accounts for the wide age range in mastering this skill? Timing. Doctors have a saying about toilet training: If you start at 2, you’ll be done by 3. If you start at 3, you’ll be done by 3. For most kids, potty training takes three to six months (though it may not take this long if you get the timing right).
“If you catch them when they’re ready, it may only take a month,” says Denise Aloisio, a developmental-behavioral pediatrician in Neptune, N.J. “But if you miss the signals or don’t wait for their cues, it can take six months or more.”
Signs of readiness
Being physically and mentally ready isn’t the only factor involved. Motivation is key, too. Here are a few signs your child is ready to potty train:
Your child can hold urine and stay dry for at least two hours. This indicates that his bladder muscles are sufficiently developed to store urine.Your child can recognize the physical signals that he has to go and act on them before anything comes out.Your child can pull his clothes up and down by himself. (Don’t dress him in overalls if he can’t undo the clasps.)Your child demonstrates a desire for independence and shows an interest in imitating others’ bathroom habits.
BASIC POTTY TRAINING METHOD
Just like crate-training a puppy, walk your child to the potty every 15 minutes, all day long for three days. Cut off all liquids and snacks after dinner while potty training. Complete one final potty mission before bed. Wake your kid up halfway through the night to pee. This will definitely teach the child that it is important not to pee on the clothes and also to be conscious of wee time.