Potty Train like a Professional

Set a Schedule

Set a Schedule

Honestly, this is probably the hardest part of potty training, yet it is likely the most important in order to succeed. Until your little one is able to feel the urge before they go, you will need to set a schedule for them to sit on the potty and try to go until they start to get the hang of it.

Start first thing in the morning when you would usually do the first diaper change of the day. From there, you will want to set a timer to remind you to sit them on the potty every 20-30 minutes or so. As your child gets the hang of it, you can increase the interval.

When you first start a potty training schedule, you will need to be prepared to clear your own schedule. You won’t really be able to go on any outings during the early stages and will need to plan everything you do around potty time. Start close to home with trips no longer than 20 minutes, and again increase the interval as you succeed.

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