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Toilet training can be a difficult time for parents. Some toddlers learn within a week; for others it can take months. Don’t be hard on yourself or your toddler if it takes some time. Be prepared for some accidents and don’t worry about the dirty clothes or the floors. If you have carpet, encourage your toddler to play outside or on non-carpeted areas.
When should I start toilet training?
The general age that most toddlers are ready to start toilet training is between two to three years. This can vary greatly between children and night-time training can take longer. Start with anytime toilet training and work your way up to night-time toilet training.
Some other signs include:
A dry nappy during the day. Your toddler may be able to control their bladder. Your toddler may be able to tell you when they want to go to the toilet or that they have already. Your toddler complains about a wet or soiled nappy.
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