Friday, November 6, 2009

Toddler Training

As a mother of three young children under the age of 7, I have a little bit of experience in the toddler training arena. The purpose of this blog is to discuss what has worked or my children and what has not worked to well. I enjoy hearing the ideas of other moms and dads. There is so much out there to read and so little time. The first subject I will through out there is potty training. I have a son and two daughters. Boys and girls have very different training styles, you must agree. My son was a breeze. Aiming at Cheerios and peeing outside made the process fun and fast. My girls, on the other hand, went through months of "accidents" and "almost made it's". Patience and scheduling is the key to success to little girls. I would love to hear your thoughts and/or suggestions for all those out there just starting or too scared to start. It is a wonderful thing to leave the grocery store without having to buy diapers. Your hard work will pay off. Enjoy and Breath !


  1. Try the towel potty training method.

  2. We were told that potty training a child is a process of trial and error too. It is both exciting and frustrating.
    Until I came across this program that showed my daughter and I how to potty train our grandson within three days. There were some great techniques and helpful information there that I felt compelled to share with others. We've been trying to potty train my grandson for the last six weeks with no luck, Googling potty training was turning up outdated techniques and some of them we believe were even harmful and I really didn't have the time for trial and error and all the researching. We needed something that worked and was easy to apply to everyday life.
    We followed the instructions and "eureka" we found a successful formula in 3 days. It was "Potty Training Made Easy".

    Three days completely trained our grandson, it worked for us and I hope it works for you.

    So I hope this helps and good luck with your training.... O' almost forgot here's the site: