Now that it’s getting nice, this is a great time to think about Potty Training. Weekends can get hectic, but I hope that you can find some time to potty train this weekend because it is a great time! I have a couple of daycare kids that I am actually planning on potty training as well-though we do it during the week. I have a little girl that just turned 19 months, so it’s the perfect time.
My own children were ‘easy’ to train using the method used in the book, Potty Train in a Weekend: Mom of four shares the secrets to having your child potty trained in a weekend
(affiliate), which I love, love, love. It is fast and to the point and works like a charm on any daycare child that goes to our daycare when they reach the right time.
Kids are so very proud of themselves when they were able to use the potty and let’s face it, parents are too!! Being potty trained means no more diapers and messes to clean.
Don’t think that your child wouldn’t benefit from this method because they may have started to potty train but regressed, or pee, but wouldn’t poop. There are chapters dedicated to just those issues and how to overcome them.
You can download it to your computer, tablet, phone, or you can even just print it… whatever works for you!
Or, you can buy paperback through Amazon: Potty Train in a Weekend: Mom of four shares the secrets to having your child potty trained in a weekend