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  1. May 2019
    1. Diapers Are Not Forever
    2. Potty Training Tip #9: Read Potty-Themed Books
    3. I love Potette
    4. Potty Training Tip #7: Take It on the Road
    5. Cons:Avoid going overboard, says Christophersen. “Then, when your child has an accident, they may be deflated by the lack of support.” Tell them that accidents happen!
    6. Potty Training Tip #4: Give Praise and Affirmation
    7. Potty Training Tip #3: Give a Reward (and Get Creative!)
    8. When they do put it in the potty, make sure you both have a look (yuck, I know, but the visual is important.)
    9. Make flushing a huge deal by pointing at the swirling water and acknowledging the cool whooshing sound.
    10. Potty Training Tip #2: Try Naked Time
    11. If you leave the house, have a spare potty in the car or visit places you’re sure have public restrooms.
    12. On the third day, go for an all-day session.
    13. Let them eat, drink and play as normal, but every 15 minutes put them on the potty. At the end of a session, revert back to a diaper or pull-up and go on with your day.
    14. This means that you’ll want to train your child in the morning and afternoon for a few hours at home.