Benefits of Potty Training

We can help you to train your beloved one, IF YOU ARE READY TO DO SO!

Learning to use an early baby potty depends largely on the parents’ desire and proper communication with their child. After about a year, children can control their bladder and it is good to have an idea of ​​what the pot is and what it is for, and why not established hygiene habits. It is good for the parent to monitor the child’s daily habits.

One of the benefits of early potty training is the ability to reduce or eliminate the use of diapers – this means saving money on diapers and diaper accessories, generating fewer non-degradable disposable diapers, and using less energy for washing and drying cloth diapers.


1- How does potty training affect child development?

Researchers found children who have a hard time with toilet training are more likely to have difficult temperamental traits, such as negative moods and less persistence.

2- What is the best age to potty train?

Many children show signs of being ready for potty training between ages 18 and 24 months. However, others might not be ready until they’re 3 years old. There’s no rush. If you start too early, it might take longer to train your child.

3– How long should you potty train a day?

The majority of parents I work with potty train their child within a twenty-four-hour period, and the average time for complete training is around four to six hours. Some children were trained in one hour and others took up to two days.

4- Does speech delay affect potty training?

Know that potty training a child with a speech delay may happen a little later than kids without a speech delay. Children who are learning to use the potty, whether it be the toilet or their own potty, are also learning the words associated with having to go to the bathroom.

5- How do you get toddler to tell you they have to potty?

One strategy that can help get your toddler to tell you when he needs to potty is to stick to consistent language. In other words, use the same language for the same things. For instance, use the word “pee” in all cases, instead of interchanging it with “pee-pee,” “potty,” “number one,” or other nicknames.

6- How often should I put toddler on potty?

Potty training need not be expensive. A potty chair, a dozen pairs of training pants and a relaxed and pleasant attitude are all that you really need. Anything else is truly optional. Most toddlers urinate four to eight times each day, usually about every two hours or so.