Potty training is one of the most important achievements of childhood. However, your child must be both biologically and emotionally prepared before he can master it. Using the toilet is an important skill that increases your child's independence and confidence. While the goal of potty training pants is to teach your children how to recognise the sensations in their bodies that indicate they need to use the toilet, as well as how to use the potty, put on and take off garments, and wash their hands thoroughly.
The most important thing to remember is that while potty training your child, you must be aware that the process will result in accidents while they are in their baby training pants. Continue reading to find out how to quickly prepare your child for potty training and which are the best toilet training pants for babies.
Is Your Child Ready For Potty Training?
Could you ensure your baby is ready for potty training before taking the plunge? Some toddlers are toilet trained before the age of 18 months, while others may only be ready once they are 3 or 4 years old. Potty interest, recognising the need to use the restroom (they may squat, grab their diaper area, or hide when eliminating into their cloth diapers, the ability to follow directions, and the ability to stay dry for several hours at a time are all signs of readiness.
The majority of kids are eager to learn proper bathroom etiquette. Show them how to flush the toilet, wash their hands, and explain the idea of potty training pajamas. Look for signs of readiness and excitement, such as your child telling you when he or she needs to poop or pee, asking you to use the potty, or complaining about a dirty diaper.
5 Essential Tips For Toilet Training
The following are the five most important toilet training tips:-
Many children feel more secure, beginning with one sitting on the floor rather than on the toilet. It provides them with the security and balance of placing their feet securely on the floor.
Install a potty chair in your child's bathroom or, at first, wherever he or she spends most of his or her time. First, could you encourage your child to sit on the potty chair while wearing potty-training pants?
Assure that your child's feet are on the floor or a stool. Talk about the toilet in simple, positive terms. To demonstrate their function, you could empty the contents of a dirty diaper into the potty chair and toilet. Let your child flush the toilet.
Allow your child to experiment with the potty and become acquainted with it. Could you let him know it's special and only for him?
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2. Potty Training Underwear
Some toddlers quickly pick up on potty training, while others take much longer. Ensure they're wearing their potty-training pants before you think about toilet training.
SuperBottoms Padded Underwear, made of 100% cotton and three layers of organic padding, is ideal for giving your children diaper-free time. It is intended for the active toddler needing potty training or wanting a break from diapers.
These are pull-up style padded underwear with a Super DryFeel layer to keep the child dry and mess-free and without pee and puddles.
3. Schedule Potty Breaks
If your child is always wearing a diaper, he or she will never learn to use the toilet. They will make the connection between the sensation of peeing and what is physically happening much faster if they see the pee before potty training. Could you make sure they're wearing their reusable potty training pants before they start with toilet training? Allow your child to sit on the potty chair or toilet without a diaper or reusable potty training pants for a few minutes every two hours, as well as first thing in the morning and right after naps.
Stay with your child and read a book or play with an upcycled toy with him or while he or she sits. Allow your child to stand if he or she desires. Even if your child sits there, praise him or her for trying and remind him or her that he or she can try again later.
4. Explain the Concept of Hygiene
One of the most important lessons in potty training hygiene is teaching your child to wipe from front to back. Wiping incorrectly can spread bacteria and cause irritation and infection. Please encourage your child to pat clean and dry instead of rubbing to avoid rashes or irritation.
5. Be Flexible to Change
Your child may be ready to switch from diapers to training pants or underwear after a few weeks of successful potty breaks and staying dry during the day. Celebrate the change. If your child cannot stay dry, let him or her return to newborn cloth diapers. Consider using a sticker or star chart to reinforce positive behaviour.
If you and your child are ready to start potty training, you must select the best potty training method for your family. Consider simple necessities such as potty training pants, hygiene wipes, a potty seat, etc. Potty training does not happen overnight, so whatever method you choose, remember that it will take a lot of patience and persistence, but it will be much less stressful if you choose the right method for your child and family.
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