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- At times it take boys longer to potty train.
- Regression its normal in any child just keep positive reinforcement
- When potty training your child pressure will make thing much more difficult, at times waiting a couple of month makes a huge difference.
- Potty training a boy sitting down or standing up will all depends on the family and no way is wrong way.
- Potty training should begin when the child is mature enough.
- Scheduled potty brakes through out the day to remind the child to go to the potty.
- Patience is key in potty training and positive reinforcement.
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The first thing I did was ask my mom and my mother in-law how they started the potty training process with us as children and it all seemed at first easy enough. However, it really is not. It takes a lot of patients and looking for clues on how your child communicated with you that they are ready to potty train. I tried to start potty training at 2 years old but he was too young and had a hard time grasping the concept but now that his a couple month older he seems to be understanding and communicating better with me.
I know at time you can feel pressure to potty train your child because everyone else is doing it but you need to do it when you child understands what potty is and always celebrate every flush. I know I clap my hands and at time even give him a cookie for his good work. Like every child he loves to flush the toilet.
If you find that your child like mine at times does not use the potty every time, I still encourage every try. I know that they are days that are better than others and their will be messes but I try to be positive and encourage every achievement. My mother has told me many times when I start think about giving up for awhile that I am setting him back from all his progress. I have to keep reinforcing and being consistent with potty training. I found that if I let up one day then I am right back where I started.
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*This is part of a compensated campaign with Latina Mom Bloggers and Pull Ups. However, all opinions expressed are my own.*
You might not know this about me but I love fairy tales, especially dark fairy tales the way they were once told to little children who misbehaved. They were told as warning to children in dark time to keep them safe of the dark arts roaming the world. Now because of Disney which I do love, everything is flowers and butterflies. Having little princess that need the help of prince charming to come and rescue them. Instead of helping themselves. Maybe I should stop the rambling, haha.