Five Easy Steps To Potty Train Your Baby

No Don't let your child pee or poop everywhere and make your life miserable. Try to potty train your child since baby. Starting from a newborn is not a bad idea. Some moms say the sooner you potty train your baby the better you find the result. Thus, parents who will let nature take its course will find that it will take a very long time for their child to be dry at night. But it is also understood if parents feel that their baby is not ready for potty training.

Potty training is a learning process, so you and your child should all be ready. Your child has to understand what you want and then has to learn how to do it.

1.    Those who succeeded in potty training since the baby said they started by wearing their baby a clothes diaper. It saves so much money since you don't need to use expensive disposable diapers. Cloth diapers are made of an absorbent material, such as cotton. Cotton is the best natural fiber for absorbency.
When the cotton fibers come in contact with a liquid, each fiber will absorb as much liquid as it can hold, then pass the remaining liquid to the next dry fiber until all the liquid is absorbed. Baby who wear clothes will feel uncomfortable and wet feeling and the knowledge that they can prevent it. Most babies will wake up dry in the morning at several months of age, demonstrating that they are physically able to "hold it".

2.    The second step is to make your baby understand more about his body. It's only natural during this development stage that your child notices the parts of his body. He may be able to name some parts like his eyes and feet.
He knows his eyes see. He knows his feet walk. Now, he's beginning to know what the beginning of a bowel movement or bladder feels like. Since that he realizes what happened to his body and why he needs to go to the bathroom, he will understand that potty training is important. By that time, it will be easier for you to do potty training.

3.    After your baby gets bigger take him into the bathroom when you go.
That way, they know what's going on in there. Talk to them about what toilets are for. If you are a woman at home all day with boy children, encourage Daddy to show them how it's done.

4.    For the continuity of potty training, buy 3 or 4 of those cheap little molded plastic potties and put them around the house. At least, one in each bathroom and one in the kitchen or the room where you spend the most time with your child. Stick a towel underneath for the sake of your carpet if said child is a boy.

5.    Last but not least, always give your baby appreciation for what he/she has done.
One popular method is to give stickers and a calendar to keep track of his/her successes. Every time he/she goes to the potty, your baby gets a sticker that he can then paste onto the page.
If your child starts to lose interest but is well into toilet training, you may want to consider offering other rewards.

Author: Amy Fadden