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The While Baby is Growing Episode:3 "12-18 M"

Toilet Dressage


Just because she wants her diaper changed doesn't mean she's ready for this.

This is just one of the signs that the toilet is ready to be trained.


At the age of 12 months, because of her age, more harmonious behaviors and the innovation of potty use made things easier for you.

Unfortunately his/her enthusiasm for innovation has ended, and s/he is no longer just as conciliatory. Again, because of the age everything in an opposite attitude. Maybe it was you who learned it by every time you felt s/he needed, or keeping her/him to the potty after the food or as soon as she/he woke up. Now he doesn't want to be administered.

At this age when she/he is programmed to come against you, trying to control your baby leads to failure and trouble for both of you. In this case, the reverse attitude will work less than an unconcerned attitude. Even your compelling attitude will lead to constipation.

Confess yourself that you're starting a little early instead of being obsessed with the negative. Cancel this issue without saying anything and making noises. In the meantime, try to explain to your child the real reason behind using toilet. Tell everyone you and your family are using the toilet. Call him when you're in the bathroom and show him what you did. Show the older children who don't use diapers occasionally (don't tell her that she's still acting like a baby because she wears a diaper) and tell her she won't use diapers when she grows up. Keep your potty ready. If she/he wants to use it, wait until she/he is ready. These months may take longer than 1 year maybe.

Just because she wants her diaper changed doesn't mean she's ready for this. This is just one of the signs that he/she is ready to be trained. All signs must be available to be ready for toilet training.

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