Author: Jessica White

15. Signs of Readiness: How to Tell if Your Toddler is Ready for Potty Training

15. Signs of Readiness: How to Tell if Your Toddler is Ready for Potty Training

Originally posted on 03/09/2023 @ 05:45Introduction Why is potty training important? Potty training is an important milestone in a child’s development. It teaches them independence, self-control, and hygiene. By being able to use the toilet on their own, toddlers gain a sense of…

14. Navigating Resistance and Refusal during Toddler Potty Training

14. Navigating Resistance and Refusal during Toddler Potty Training

Originally posted on 03/09/2023 @ 05:45Introduction Importance of potty training Potty training is an essential milestone in a toddler’s development. It not only teaches them important life skills but also helps them gain independence and confidence. By learning to use the toilet, toddlers…

Making Potty Training Fun: Creative Ideas and Activities for Toddlers

Making Potty Training Fun: Creative Ideas and Activities for Toddlers

Originally posted on 02/09/2023 @ 05:40Introduction Why is potty training important? Potty training is an important milestone in a toddler’s development. It not only teaches them essential life skills but also promotes independence and self-confidence. By mastering the art of using the potty,…

Toilet Training vs. Potty Training: Choosing the Right Approach for Your Toddler

Toilet Training vs. Potty Training: Choosing the Right Approach for Your Toddler

Originally posted on 02/09/2023 @ 05:40Introduction Definition of toilet training and potty training Toilet training and potty training are two terms often used interchangeably, but they actually refer to different approaches in teaching a toddler how to use the bathroom. Toilet training involves…

Potty Training for the Sensory-Sensitive Child: Accommodations and Strategies

Originally posted on 02/09/2023 @ 05:40Introduction Understanding sensory sensitivity Understanding sensory sensitivity is crucial when it comes to potty training a sensory-sensitive child. Sensory sensitivity refers to an individual’s heightened response to sensory stimuli, such as touch, sound, taste, and smell. For these…

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