Keys to Toilet Training

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Barron's Educational Series, 1998 - Family & Relationships - 130 pages
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Barron's extensive Parenting Keys series presents advice from a wide variety of experts in an effort to help parents raise children in the demanding contemporary environment. The author, a registered nurse and family consultant, advises on when to begin toilet training and offers a step-by-step guide to the training process. She also offers detailed discussion of common problems, including resistance and temporary periods of regression, constipation, bedwetting, childcare, and more.
 

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Contents

Part OneHow Children Are Different 1 Toddler Development
1
Temperamental Differences
6
Part TwoThe Basics 3 When to Begin?
10
Signs of Readiness
13
Stage One
16
Stage Two
19
Choosing a Potty
26
DiaperTraining PantsUnderwearWhats Best?
30
Nighttime Wetting
75
Part Five Working with Others 20 Working Parents
81
When Grandparents Help
85
Child Care
88
Starting Kindergarten
93
Part Six Family Life 24 Supporting Competence
99
Reacting to a New Baby
102
Reasoning with Your Preschooler
106

Diet
35
Charts and Rewards
38
Keeping Clean
42
Part ThreeCommon Toilet Training Problems 12 Half Trained
46
Only in My Diaper
49
Resistance
54
Regression
58
Part FourMore Challenging Problems 16 Constipation
62
Withholding Bowel Movements
66
Daytime Wetting
71
When Parents Disagree
110
Moms HouseDads House
114
Bathroom Language
117
Privacy
121
Questions and Answers
124
Glossary
127
Suggested Reading
128
Index
129
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Meg Zweiback is a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner and an AssociMeg Zweiback is a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner and an Associate Clinical Professor of Nursing at the University of Califate Clinical Professor of Nursing at the University of California, San Francisco. ornia, San Francisco.

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