Pee, Poop and Potty Training

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Firefly Books., 2003 - Family & Relationships - 96 pages
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A low-stress guide to toilet-training.

Pee, Poop and Potty Training covers everything parents need to help a child achieve a crucial step in the journey toward independence. The book explains the basic plumbing of a baby's waste-disposal system, how to avoid diaper rashes, and preparation for potty training.

The book answers the key questions:

  • When is a child ready to start potty training
  • When not to start potty training
  • How do various methods work
  • How to choose the right type of diaper and potty

Pee, Poop and Potty Training is a common sense approach that takes into account that different children have different needs. When the training begins, parents will find clear, helpful advice and case studies to guide each step along the way.

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User Review  - Rona - Goodreads

Given to me by a friend when my son was little. I can't stand the word "pee" so I never used this book! :) Read full review


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About the author (2003)

Alison Mackonochie is a member of the Medical Journalists' Association and the Guild of Health Writers. She is author of Emma's Diary, The Complete Guide to Pregnancy and Baby Care and was an editor of several parenting magazines.

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