3 steps to potty training: A gradual approach that makes it easier

By Shelly Mann, MD
on September 05, 2017

Follow this step-by-step approach to potty training: 1. Ready  2. Prepare  3. Practice.

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Potty training readiness, 5 signs to watch for

By Shelly Mann, MD
on September 03, 2017

Watch for some of the 5 signs of potty training readiness: 1. Your child likes to sit in a potty chair, is cooperative, and can follow instructions. 2. Your child can walk, sit, and get on and off the potty chair...Read the full blog below.

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Potty training: Top 10 must-haves

By Shelly Mann, MD
on September 01, 2017

Potty training plans start with patience and consistency.  Parents should pay attention to their child's cues and lead the learning process.

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When to potty train? It's different for each child

By Shelly Mann, MD
on May 10, 2017

There is no one physiologically “correct” timetable for potty training (Brazelton, et. al., 1999). So whether your child is under 1 year, 12-24 months, or over age 2, don't worry. The real key to success is... Read the full blog...

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10 steps to ready your child for potty training

By Shelly Mann, MD
on March 02, 2017

Here are 10 steps to get ready to potty train: 1. Teach your child the vocabulary - pee, poop, potty. 2. Point out when an animal is peeing or pooping. 3. Clarify...

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