So what do we (parents) do…what we do best;
Allow me to introduce to you the first and only potty training board game. Let’s Potty! Now calm down, I already see you pressing the buy button…(and you should, but I must disclose…) this game isn’t going to teach your child how to aim after the first round but what it will teach your child is:
- basic potty training concepts
- expose your child to vocabulary needed to be successful in potty training
- exposes your child to potty training hygiene and proper etiquette
So what does that mean for you? Well…for one thing, if your child already has an understanding of proper bathroom etiquettes prior to potty training, then that just makes your life a hair easier down the line. Furthermore, if your children can verbally (or using sign language) express their need to use the bathroom, that makes it even easier to train.
This board game lays the foundation your child needs to successfully teach your child how to use the bathroom.
So when the time comes for your little one to start the potty training road, be sure to still pick up that adorable little mini potty seat and this board game!
Now what would a potty training article be without my two cents on tips and your must have potty items, so here goes…
- Wait till your child genuinely shows an interest in the potty before you run out and buy all these supplies listed below.
- You child is asking to be changed soon after they wet their diaper, have a bowl movement and/or you can tell when they are about to go to get them on the potty before they do it in their diaper.
- Your child is walking and can physically pull their pants up & down (may not be prefect & still need assistance, but you get the idea).
- Your child is verbal in that he or she can express their needs. Basic potty vocabulary is a plus (HELLO Let’s Potty Board game…that’s where you come in…)
- Understand that both YOU & YOUR CHILD NEED TO BE READY TO POTTY TRAIN. Some parents luck out & their children "get it" within a few days. Otherwise will take weeks...months...and that's okay too. But be ready for a few messes (stock up on paper towels when they go on sale) and to be a home body for a little while. Remember these inconveniences will be well worth it when you don't have to change a wiggly wriggly toddler anymore not to mention all that wasted money on diapers (or cloth diaper washing)!
NOW once all that happens…it’s time to go shopping and this is what I recommend!
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