Toilet Training Without Tears
For years, parents have turned to the advice of child care expert Dr. Charles E. Schaefer to help their child reach this developmental milestone in his or her life. Whether you want to use the Early Training Approach, the Readiness Approach, the Rapid Approach, or the Intensive Approach, you'll find this special guide will make toilet training easy--without trauma or tears!
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An Adventure in Parenting
The Readiness Approach
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ability able accidents Approach to toilet attitude baby bathroom bed wetters bed-wetting begin toilet training bowel and bladder bowel control bowel movements bowel training bowl care-giver Chapter clean constipation defecate delayed toileting develop Early Approach eAV _ encopresis enema explain feces feel flush give your child help your child hold back independent toileting let your child mature toileting habits method of toilet mineral oil night nocturnal enuresis pants etty parents pass BMs Patterns of Elimination pediatrician Penguin Group USA physical potty chair potty or toilet potty seat procedure Rapid Approach Readiness Approach reward and penalty schedule sleep soiled his pants spet sphincter muscle stay dry stools success suppositories sure toilet or potty toilet seat toileting routine train your child training pants training period TUENA urine alarm urine and BMs Wake-up eAV wakes weeks wet or soiled wipe