Most parents can tell when their one-year-old child is going to go to the toilet: children can be very regular in their habits, and can also strain or become red. If you will regularly be planted his one-year-old child on the potty at the right time, you will likely be able in a few days without a dirty diaper, but this does not mean that your child has learned to control himself. The children are ready, only when they have enough will develop the muscles, which in most cases occurs by the age of between 18 months and 2.5 years. No matter how long you have spent the effort in order to accustom the child to the potty, he is unlikely to be a dry day and night, until he turns around two and a half years, and many children PA training requires much more time.
In this era of disposable diapers, washing machines and dryers, as well as plastic covers for mattresses do not make the problem of teaching to the pot. Leave the event until the time when your child is ready, and then everything happens quickly and easily.
- All safely in your family?
- Calm is the environment - no vacations, illnesses, visitors etc?
- Are you ready to easily accept failure?
- Does your child's pants, which are easily removed?
- If in doubt, wait.
Is the child?
You will not be able to accustom the child to the potty, which is not physically ready. He must be able to stand and walk; sit on a low chair and stand with him, not falling; easily removed and put on pants (child, who goes in jeans with zippers or buttons or overalls, will never learn).
If your child lets you know that he knows that he is going to do, or tells you about done retroactively, indicates the PA that he might be ready to teach, just as if within a couple of hours between wet diapers child can stay dry. And finally, they need to know which words are in your family (Pipi" and so on).
How to accustom the child to the potty?
- Pay attention to any of the supplied child characters that can talk about what he wants in a toilet; ask: "did You pee?"
- In the warmer months allow him to walk without a diaper, that he felt what it is like to write without the diaper.
- Buy some easy to remove pants.
- If the child gives a hint about what he wants in the toilet, put him on the potty for a few minutes, if nothing happens, remove it from the pot.
- Certainly landed him on the potty in the "most likely": before taking a bath, before sleep, upon awakening.
- Let the child know when you are going to leave and take it with you.
- Praise the child for what he did the right thing; tell him that he had grown quite large.
- If you see that he does not show desire or are unable, postpone training for a week and then resume attempt.
- If he managed to use the potty, let him help you wash it, wipe the ass from front to back, to drain water from the tank and wash hands.
- If he asks for the potty, praise him, even if it is too late. Be prepared to act quickly - at first he will not warn in advance.
What not to do
- Do not rush things and do not compare your child with other girls usually learn faster than boys.
- Do not scold the child, not to punish and do not start.
- Don't be surprised if your child wants to look at the contents of the pot or to play with him. Let it show.
- He can also come up with the idea to play with the water in the toilet bowl or dip down toothbrush: do not leave in the toilet bowl disinfectant for the night.
- Don't react with frustration and don't expect your child to never make mistakes.
- Never hold him on the potty power.
Some children learn to potty immediately, while others require a year or more before they remain dry at night. Some children continue to make mistakes even after they went to school. If you or your husband had problems with wet bed, there is a chance that they will be and your child.
There is no hurry. You refuse night of the diaper when the baby will be dry by the morning often, and remove the plastic strip, when it will always stay dry.