6 Blessed Signs Your Toddler Is Ready For Potty-Training
There's still a long way to go.
8 July 2017
Your little angel will give you a lot of milestones (their first smile, their first tooth, their first step) but nothing will come close to the happiness of seeing your tot potty-train themselves.
This is the long-awaited time when your life will once again be diaper free. But before your take an odour-free sigh, there’s still a long way to go. Kids, anywhere between 18-24 months usually start showing signs that they’re ready to take another step in the adult world.
Sure, some kids master it within a few days, but others take several months or longer. kids are programmed with one-of-a-kind schedules — and it's crucial to let your child set the pace for when to start potty training. If your tot's not ready for potty training, even the best toilet tactics are sure to fall flat. So, wait until you see the following surefire signals such as:
- Your child's bowel movement is predictable.
- There are fewer wet diapers to change.
- If they're able to give any indication of their bodily functions.
- If they're able to understand simple instructions.
Check out this interactive infographic by Pull-ups to see if your little baby is ready to go diaper-free or not:
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