Eva Shockey on Potty Training
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by Gabriella Engel
4M ago
Eva Shockey, a busy mom, highlights some tips on potty training your toddler! Learn tips on Shockey’s tip on potty training by clicking the link below! Potty Training in TWO DAYS | Eva Shockey Here are some Handcraft products to help you follow these tips! All Handcraft Training Pants, and Underwear Advent Calendars all include a potty training chart! Sesame Street Underwear Advent Calendar, potty training chart included: https://www.amazon.com/Sesame-Street-Underwear-Multipacks-12pk_Box/dp/B091M6JWHP?ref_=ast_sto_dp&th=1&psc=1 Paw Patrol Underwear Advent Calendar, potty training char ..read more
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Shannen Michaela on Elimination Communication
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by Gabriella Engel
4M ago
Shannen Michaela, a social media influencer, documents her wellness journey through her Instagram, TikTok, and YouTube accounts. She gives tips on how to raise your child in a heathy manner, with a focus on all-natural. Michaela used the infamous “Elimination Communication” method to potty train her newborn. This method consists of skipping the diapers and heading straight to the potty! Click on the link below to learn more about Michaela’s journey! we potty trained our 10 day old newborn baby (youtube.com ..read more
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What to Feed Your Baby and Toddler?
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by Julia LaBoy
1y ago
When Is the Right Time for Vegetables? Early exposure has been linked to greater consumption and decreased incidence of obesity later in life. Although the entirety of an infant’s development is critical, the period between 6 and 12 months is a special time when you can expose your baby to a wide variety of tastes and textures. By the time your baby reaches 6 months, the introduction of solids is ideal, not only for her health but also because your baby is most accepting of new foods during this 6-month period. When you think about it, developmentally this makes sense: At this point your child ..read more
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5 Tips for Potty Training a Reluctant Child
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by Julia LaBoy
1y ago
Some toddlers are so comfortable with life in their own little worlds that they resist every attempt at potty training. As a result, it’s only natural for parents to get frustrated and feel alone in a world where every other child except theirs seems to be potty trained. Sound familiar? Here are five tips for potty training a reluctant child. 1. Accept Them for Being Strong-Willed Some kids are more easygoing than others, and some take more time to warm up to new concepts. Whether this means your child is either strong-willed or stubborn is up to you to decide. But keep in mind that same cauti ..read more
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When Does Potty Training End?
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by Julia LaBoy
1y ago
The other morning my wife and I discussed our daughter’s potty training, particularly whether or not she should wear a different type of diaper while sleeping at night. My daughter is four and we have been potty training her – in some way or another – for nearly half her life at this point. It got me to wondering if potty training would ever end, especially since my wife and I will soon decide when to start training our two-year-old son. When my son is fully potty trained – including at night time – it is likely my wife, and I will have spent more than five years with potty training in its var ..read more
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4 Ways That Diet Impacts Potty Training
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by Julia LaBoy
1y ago
When parents are having trouble with potty training, we usually look all over the place for an explanation. In some cases, the explanation is close to home: your kid’s diet! What your kid eats can impact potty training. Some foods and drinks make things easier, and some make things even more difficult. Here’s a quick guide to different ways that diet can impact potty training. 1. Salt and Sugar Secrets Obviously, there’s a lot of ongoing debate about what to feed your child. Parents fret about establishing poor health routines at an early age that might haunt children for the rest of their liv ..read more
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How to Recognize When it’s Time to Go
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by Julia LaBoy
1y ago
As parents, it is easy for us to observe our child’s habits and to recognize certain signs. This is especially true when they have to go to the bathroom. My son used to hate interrupting his activities just to go. So he would wiggle and squirm in desperate attempts to hold it in. No matter how many times I’d ask him if he had to go, he’d flat out deny it until he went dashing to the bathroom and sprayed pee all over the seat. Eventually, I had to take control and make him stop what he was doing so he wouldn’t hold it in. The Problem With Holding it In According to Dr. Steve Hodges, M.D., of th ..read more
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Potty Training A Child with Down Syndrome
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by Julia LaBoy
1y ago
Potty Training Children with Down Syndrome One thing most parents find hard is potty training and training a child with a physical or developmental delay can be exhausting. As a mom to two children with Down Syndrome, we have definitely had our struggles and still do. According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, a child should show interest in potty by following your directions and should stay dry for at least two hours before you decide to start the process.   Children with Down Syndrome have low muscle tone which can impact bladder control and bowel function. Age is impor ..read more
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Potty Training Differences in Boys and Girls
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by Julia LaBoy
1y ago
Potty training is challenging regardless of your toddler’s gender. That said, potty training boys is a bit different than potty training girls. While it is obvious that males and females use the bathroom differently, there are some other distinct potty training differences parents may run into when potty training boys versus girls. Boys typically start later and take longer to train. In general, boys are thought to take longer to show interest in the potty and slower to master potty training. This claim has been backed up by scientific studies as well as public surveys. One recent poll of 1,22 ..read more
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Tips for Potty Training a Boy
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by Julia LaBoy
1y ago
There’s a reputation when it comes to potty training a boy. Experts at the University of Michigan Health System say that although boys and girls are both ready to start potty training at the same age (between 24 and 27 months), boys aren’t often fully trained until a couple months after girls (29 months for girls, and 31 months for boys). Remember that this is just an average, however, and reasons aren’t very clear. One difference in potty training a boy is they are typically more active than girls, so they may be less likely to decide to stop what they’re doing to use the toilet. Also, accord ..read more
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