Make potty training a complete success with the best-selling potty-training book used by millions of parents. After years of work as a private potty-training coach, Jennifer Nicole is finally ready to reveal her secrets to potty training your child in just three days. Many children are able to learn toilet training in less than a day. Each child is unique, and Jennifer's system is designed to help every child get ready to use the potty.
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Jennifer also covers everything you need to know to continue your potty success after your long weekend - from trips to the mall to visiting your relatives. This book will teach you everything you need to know to get ready for the great potty-training adventure - from choosing the right tools and strategies all the way through dealing with bed wetting and multiple children.
I liked the book let's see How effective the method is on my 19 month baby girl
I decided for research purposes to read 5 books on potty training. Of all the books this one had a very misleading title because it's highly an accurate to say a child can be potty trained in 3 days. A child can be taught about the concept of going to the bathroom in 3 days probably but training means accident free. Additionally the book had a lot of fluff and could have been shorter so for a busy parent who is trying to gather some information this book was a little longer than it needed to be. The author at the end also has a pitch to get you to sign up to their website because they are a mother and daughter which is great but there is no expert advice or robust information in this it is mostly a process that somebody learned with them and their friends. other books that discuss how important it is to understand the temperament of your child and your own parenting style and personality are things that will help somebody potty-trained to the style of a child vs just picking one toilet style or another as this author suggests.
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I really enjoyed the tips In the book but I wish she went into more night time and nap time details.
I also wish she was more age specific
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My husband and I listened to the audio book and prepared ourselves for this monumental rite of passage. We had tried to potty train our 2.5 yo daughter off and on for several months and she either wasn’t interested or refused to sit on the little potty. We followed the guidelines of the book and set a date, over Presidents Day weekend. We talked about it with our daughter in the weeks and days leading up to that weekend. On the Saturday morning, we woke and took off her last diaper! We’ve experienced a few accidents, which is to be expected, but we continue to encourage our daughter that practice makes perfect. Thanks so much for sharing your strategy! I recommend this book to anyone looking for a disciplined way to quickly potty train.
It all sounded great. And worked great over the three days, and next three weeks...
Then our kid got bored of the sticker rewards, once he lost interest we changed the reward to bubbles, or poppers or whatever other treats to try to keep him motivated.
But yeah he just didn't care, so now because I have severe morning sickness and not the tolerance to clean up wees all day everyday - we did in fact put a nappy back on 5 months after we started... But training pants underneath - so he knows when he's wet but the mess is contained. He does take himself to the toilet for poos thank goodness.
I mean sure, my kid by all accounts is toilet trained - he knows how to pull his pants up and down. Climb the step at toilet, he empties the potty when done or flushes... He knows what to do and he knows when the urge comes as he was taking himself to the Loo for a while. He knows how to wash his hands.
But he only goes when he wants to go now... Or I can leverage him to go with something he wants. He's done with the rewards, he doesn't care.
I wish we had never bothered with the sticker chart it just set us up for it all being about leverage.
He was 2 when I started he's now 2.5.
i was hoping for more creative technique
but ut was just same advice thatu can find free on the web nonetheless its organised
most of the stuff I already knew. there really isn't a secret to the three days. in fact she talked about preparing 3 weeks in advance. the one positive was that she reminded me to refocus on just the potty training for the days in a positive way. don't plan anything but the potty training.
I really struggled to get halfway through this book before turning it off. I was turned off by the negative energy that the author projects out to the audience. I didn't relate to any of the challenges that the author talked about in the book. I haven't reviewed any books until this one, because it really gave me bad vibes.