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toi­let train­ing & for when it hap­pens ac­ci­dent

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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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