We’ve been attempting to potty train little man now for about a month. Potting training our little boy has been challenging, because our family is between homes, in limbo, and we have no set daily schedule or family routine during this time. The fact that we were able to succeed as much as we did is a bit of a miracle, and we are staying the course.
Pull-Ups Potty Breaks training gave us some consistency in the midst of family life in transition, and was the only thing reminding us each day to focus on little man’s potty training. As a result, we’ve had some great successes. Little man is vocal about when he has to go to the potty, and has successfully used the potty seat on multiple occasions. He has gotten into the habit of changing his own Pull-Up, and we’ve even gone as far as letting him wear just an underwear during low risk times (though because he still has accidents, he wears a Pull-Up later in the day and overnight). Preschool is starting in the fall and he has to be fully potty trained by then, so needless to say we are going to keep at it, with regular potty breaks and positive reinforcement.
I’d definitely recommend Pull-Ups Potty Breaks training for any parents who are starting out potty training their children, or in the midst of it and looking for help to stay the course on their way to success. If you are new to potty training, the infographic is a fun, visual way to get motivated to start, with interesting information and tips:
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