Toilet training without tears
New American Library, Nov 7, 1989 - Family & Relationships - 195 pages
Since no one toilet-training method is right for every child, renowned child-care expert Dr. Charles E. Schaefer has created a guide that explains how--and at what ages--the four most popular methods work. Includes a tear-out list of important do's and don'ts.
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able adult toilet Approach to toilet baby bathroom bed wetter bed-wetting begin toilet training bowel and bladder bowel movements bowel training bowl Chapter child's ability constipation defecate delayed toileting develop diaper or pants Early Approach elimination process encopresis enemas explain feces feel flushed help your child hold back Keith Let your child mature toileting habits method of toilet mineral oil months of age night nocturnal enuresis Nytone pass BMs pediatrician penalty system potty chair potty or toilet potty seat problem procedure progress chart Rapid Approach Readiness Approach rectum remedial Reward and Penalty signs sleep soils his pants sphincter muscle stay dry Step stools suppositories teach toilet seat toilet training process toileting routine train your child training pants training period training without tears urethral sphincter urine alarm urine and BMs wakes weeks wet or soiled wetting and/or soiling