1) Get on the same page: Sometimes navigating child-rearing philosophies with your parents or in-laws can be tricky. Parenting methods have changed a great deal in the last several decades, and Grandma may have her tried and true method that just doesn’t jive with your approach. Continue reading
We’re taking a look at different ways to get family members involved in the potty training process. To read about dads, click HERE. Today, let’s talk about those older siblings.
1) Monkey see, monkey do: Toddlers are often in awe of their older siblings. Use this to your advantage. Continue reading
In this charming story, Hopkins the Frog goes from wearing a diaper to “Fly of the Loom” big frog undies! He isn’t sure about potty training at first, but he learns to listen to his body, stop what he’s doing, and use the potty – all by himself! This book, Hopkins Uses the Potty, addresses common potty training concerns, like having an accident, in a positive and playful way.
SAVE when you purchase this book in the Potty Time – You Can Do It Pack with four great resources for potty training success:
- Potty Time DVD
- Potty Time Music CD
- Hopkins Uses the Potty Board Book
- Potty Watch (in green, pink or blue)
Potty training can be a little bit of trial and error. One method may work for one child and not for another. That’s why we created the Potty Time program to support whatever method you use.