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It can be disconcerting when your child uses the potty at daycare but refuses to do so at home, but it's actually a common phenomenon. By the time your toddler arrives at their classroom or a nanny or child care provider walks into your home, a potty training schedule is probably already in place. While the bathroom door is usually left open, scheduled potty breaks and diaper changes that take place throughout the day. Home Remedy : Ask your child care provider how they schedule potty breaks and start enforcing a similar schedule at home. Another thing that most caregivers learn in Toddler Behavior is that you can get a toddler to comply a lot faster and more often if you phrase requests properly. For example, if you say to a toddler, "We're going to take a potty break, OK?
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Successful potty training for girls
What to Avoid When Potty Training
So I have to admit I am pretty conceited when it comes to my potty training ability. Besides my two older boys, I have potty-trained hundreds of boys and girls through out the last 10 years. If they are really ready it will be a cinch and will only take a couple days. If those parents could see me now… they would see me sticking my big fat foot right in my mouth! Oh geez… so foolish. I am now repenting of my pride! So you probably guessed it.
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Why Your Toddler Only Goes Potty at the Day Care
Potty training can be a trying experience for both the child and the parents. Success doesn't usually come without accidents—and likely some tears or other setbacks—along the way. Learning to use the toilet isn't a one size fits all endeavor. Regardless of how your potty training experience is going, it's important to make sure your child feels supported and that you communicate a positive attitude while they work to master this new skill. While positivity is key, there are some definite "don'ts" you need to know—and avoid falling into.
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