Potty-training problems?

Potty-training problems?

Potty training tends to have its ups and downs for most kids. That's to be expected: It's a complex process, requiring several new behaviors and putting together a number of steps. Learn more about the road to potty-training success.

Running into a few bumps on the road to toilet-training success? Remember: Rome wasn't built in a day. Learning to use the potty is a complex process for your child.

She has to:

  • Coordinate several new behaviors
  • Put together a series of steps
  • Decide whether it's worth giving up all this control to please you

Be sure she’s ready

Resist comparing her with other kids, as each child is different. Your toddlers’ progress has more to do with temperamental and neurological factors than her age. If toilet training has totally stalled and you're fighting your child every step of the way, review the signs of readiness to make sure the time is really right.

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