Staying Dry: 99 Tips to Bring You Back from the End of Your Rope
Here is a healthy perspective on that most challenging child-raising problem: toilet training. Author Michelle Kennedy advises parents to ask themselves: What's the big hurry? But when that time finally does arrive, she suggests a commonsense training procedure that will work when it's combined with patience and good humor. The book also deals with questions such as to bribe or not to bribe, getting Dad to help boys achieve good aim, coping with occasional accidents, and bed-wetting. Underlying all questions, the author advises: Don't push, and toilet training will come naturally.
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