Christmas is finally over and so this week sees us all taking a bump back to reality as we all head back to work, school or nursery.
Why not plan something achievable this year and put potty training the top of your New Year’s resolution list?
Planning to potty train isn’t like other ‘all or nothing’ New Year’s resolution. This one will take time, patience, perseverance, and heck, maybe even the odd wine to get over a day’s worth of accidents (yes, that’s OK too).
You need to remember that success will depend upon your child’s readiness for potty training. It may take some time if they are not quite ready in January, so don’t worry if this resolution is checked off later in the year rather than by 1st February.
Our 3 key tips for keeping on track with this resolution are:
And remember, if they appear to regress at any point, take a breather, revisit the routine and just start again.
So make a fresh start to your potty training New Year and aim for something worthwhile – it’ll be worth it when you’ll be able to say ‘no more nappies’!