Toilet Training: A Practical Guide to Daytime and Nighttime Training
Parents will learn how to set the stage, recognize readiness, choose a potty seat, dress their child for success, deal with an uncooperative child, find products—cloth or disposable, handle accidents, understand the issues, use rewards—or not, cope when traveling, and deal with bed-wetting. There is a Potty Progress Chart and a Potty Diploma to fill-in to post a child’s successes.
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