when to start.
• take the lead from your child-if he or she starts to show
an interest and an awareness of what's happening to his
or her body try introducing a potty- this maybe when
your child is around 2 years old. But remember every
child is different and there is no need to rush.
• by 3 years of age most children have fairly reliable
bladder and bowel control, but some aren't ready to
start toilet training until they are 4; this is nothing to worry
about. Most children follow this sequence: night time
bowel control, daytime bowel control, daytime bladder
control and finally, night time bladder control.
step stool and potty
• if you're planning to start, always have a potty around so
your little one can get used to sitting on it.
• dress your child in easy to manage clothing-summer is
a great time to start.
try to establish a daily routine. Sitting your child on his or
her potty at certain times during the day may help e.g.
after meal times. But always give your child plenty of
encouragement and never force your child- always go
at your child's pace.
it is very important not to put your child under any
pressure - knowing a nappy is going back on at bedtime
can be very comforting for your child.
• once your child uses the potty regularly during the day,
you can then move onto the real toilet.
being able to control the bladder at night is the final
stage for your child. Remember a child of 2 to 3 can't
hold urine for much longer than four to five hours.
bed-wetting is very common up to the age of 7 and boys
are especially prone. It can be hereditary- check this
out with your family.
if training twins try not to compare them.
let your child's nursery, nanny or childminder know that
you have started toilet training.
for further information
establish a routine
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Customer care department at 6513 3270/
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