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Proven 5-Steps Potty Training in 1 Weekend: No More Wet Pants, Accidents & Crying!

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Length: 51 mins
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Summary

Want to do away with diapers forever without going through endless “wet pants” accidents and stress?

Proven 5-Steps Potty Training in 1 Weekend will show you proven step-by-step techniques to potty train your child over one weekend to regain your sanity and have more quality time with your little one.

Inside this book you will discover:

  • Proven step-by-step day and night training plans to potty train your child over one weekend
  • Techniques and tools to overcome challenges and accelerate success in potty training, so that you can save money and time from buying and changing diapers
  • Training strategies for different gender and regression scenarios (e.g., children who cry or go into hiding) to help your little one be diaper-free permanently
  • Bonus chapter on fun activities to build deeper relationships and help your potty-trained child to enjoy school more
  • And much much more!

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absolutely best book ever

I wish I could give this book more than 5 stars. The author writes so creatively and explains her ideas very articulately. Everything that she explains makes SO much sense! I was planning on waiting several months until my son is "more ready" to potty train, but he has very clearly debunked the idea that parents need to wait until kids are 3 or 4 years old to be potty trained. I think every single parent needs to listen this book.

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Successfully potty training

I followed this book’s guidelines and successfully potty trained both of my kids in about a week total for each. I listen it when it was time to potty train my daughter. It was tough during their respective weeks, but I’m so happy I stuck with the program and now don’t need to stress about having to continue to potty train for months and months on end. The only thing that wasn’t true for me was the 20-30 month window. Both of my kids were much closer to 3 years (36 months), and I didn’t have any of the issues the author warned about with a child over 30 months (but every child is different). Whenever anyone asks how I potty trained my kids so successfully (and not to mention quickly), I direct them to this book.

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Amazing!!

This book is amazing!!! We started potty training my daughter at 23 months. I have also used her radio show clips and facebook page as extra help when I need it. It has been 6 weeks today and my daughter has been doing great for weeks now. Its really amazing and I have thank to author. I didn't even really need to night train her. She just started holding it all on her own. She rarely has an accident and its great! If you have a toddler get this book. And like says in the book...give your child credit. They are smart...they can do this! Don't listen to all those crazy baby websites telling you to wait for various things to happen. Set aside a few days and do what says and I promise you won't regret it. Thank you.

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Fully support this method

I followed the method in this book and I was amazed. I took 3 days off of work + the weekend (so spent 5 days with my daughter, who was 26 months old). We had ups and downs during those days (and I give a lot of credit!) but by the end, she was fully potty trained. Sent her back to daycare on day 6 and she had NO accidents. I was amazed. Also, I did not do night training or nap training, but he just naturally stopped wetting her nap and nighttime diapers as we were training. So eventually, we just stopped putting diapers on her all together.

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Incredibly helpful guide!!

We had an early challenge getting our son to evacuate on the potty which we overcame with the author's tips and tricks. In addition to this excellent book. We were very pleased that our young son trained so quickly without power struggles or bribery. This is an effective, no nonsense method. Following the author's instruction puts the child first. It builds his or her confidence while allowing the parents to teach and lead effectively without cajoling. This is potty training as it should be without all of the "wait until your child is ready" silliness the pull ups companies would like you to buy. I highly recommended for this book.

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Amazing

I think she is entitled to write with authority. Regarding lack of scientific studies, it seems that many people want to find research that supports what they really want to do. There is so much out there, you could cherry pick to support your method. The author is clear about this book being based on her experience, so I don't see the need to commission studies. If you need a method that cites a lot of scientific research, look elsewhere. If you want to do something that works, this is for you.

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Best book

This method works. Period. In less than a week we went from clueless 22 month old to one who was self-initiating, pulling down his pants, and doing his business on the potty with very few accidents. I actually like the book and don't find it condescending at all. The author has many years of experience and is teaching a method that has worked for thousands of children. I highly recommended for this book to learn Potty Training in 1 Weekend.

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Solid method-it works!

I’m lucky I listen this when I did because the author talks about how she believes it’s actually harder to potty train kids over 30 months old. My kid was exactly 30 months old when we dove in. She does have a chapter for working with older kids, as well as lots of info about how to handle it if you’ve already tried before and failed or gave up.
I would recommend this to any parent and wish I’d known about it with my first child.

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GOAT of Potty Training!

I could easily and have gushed about this book and its methods provided. Many times as a Parent I lack a solid plan and hesitate to choose one and move for better or worse. I cant recall where I read about this but we began at 2 with this method and although not perfect for everyone it was for us. You MUST be dedicated to following the plan laid out by the book which may require you take a few days to a week off from work. If you are a stay at home like me then that's the easy part. I read the book in its entirety 4 to 5 times all the while taking notes and highlighting passages for easy reference later. I was prepared and committed going into potty training and our son had shown he was ready as well so that may reflect our results. By day 6 or 7 our son was using the potty for #1 and accidents were almost zero. #2, of course, took awhile to master as we had an issue with diet. The stools were not easily passed and was holding up his progress. We introduced a Camelback water bottle into his routine along with an adjusted diet and daily fiber gummy and viola! Nighttime is a challenge and requires the most commitment but you can achieve results if you stick to the authors plan and stay committed and motivated. Nothing was perfect. There were issues and setbacks along the way but we did it! You can do it if you are ready!

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Great start

We loved this method. Four days in, and our 33-month-old son is completely accident free! It's ok to tell your kid to go. The author believes you should only take your child when they ask or if they have an accident, but we have set times everyday when I make my son sit on the potty if he hasn't gone in awhile. Upon waking, when his little brother goes down for his nap, before lunch, at naptime, etc. About once every 2 hours. I think having a schedule has helped him learn to go before his bladder is fit to burst, and by the 4th day, he's been asking to go when he actually needs to, and not just when mommy makes him.

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  • Stave
  • 19-06-19

Great method

Great book. Great method. My first was really easy to potty train. My second, not so much. She starts preschool in the fall and she has to be potty trained. Yikes! Not much time left. Up until now, she has resisted my efforts. That is why I bought this book.

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  • Adrianna Rios
  • 30-08-19

bad translation, nothing special

This book is translated into English from another language and it's not a very good translation at times. There's nothing revolutionary here that you can't find online.

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  • Lynda
  • 12-08-19

Sure it was ok.

So was my first book to kick start my research on potty training and I think I was expecting more. Sure there is a lot of helpful tips but most seem commonsense... I'm kinda indifferent about it.

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  • Abbe
  • 29-06-19

A really well designed system I often recommend to

I found the system to be well designed, realistic, flexible, accommodating to individual children, and modifiable. Reading it, I think I overlooked some little things, like treatment of gender, and took some things with a grain of salt, but nothing stands out in my mind. I liked how the author offered suggestions for parents who are still nursing or pregnant (though neither applied to us).

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  • Ebbe
  • 28-06-19

Amazing results

I finished it in one sitting and immediately made a list of things recommended to do before we started the potty training and also what supplies would be needed. I have 32-month old boy/girl twins and my son was trained by the end of day one. A week later and I still can't believe it. My daughter was mostly trained by day 3, but still had one accident per day (mostly because she's a busy body) until day 6 when we had full success. They both have remained 100% dry overnight. It's amazing. I was fully prepared for the horror stories I'd heard from other parents. We even used the specific products the author suggested and everything worked well for us. I was glad we took the extra time to prepare and had this book as a reference. I would recommend for anyone.

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  • Barton
  • 28-06-19

Great

This book was very helpful, but on day one, instead of the underwear method, we went with the naked bottoms instead. We were flying through underwear too quickly.

I wish I had noticed there was a chapter on "poop" after the initial potty training chapters, so this was my fault. We are still struggling thru messy underwear but our little girl (not yet 3) basically never has pee accidents thanks to the methods in the book.

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  • Dabney
  • 28-06-19

It works but only if you work it

Used this method on 2 year old b/g twins. Its alot of work, especially where twins are concerned. My boy was wearing hard to find size 7 diapers, they both were still hooked on the bottle, and they were not sleeping in their beds but with my hubby and i in seperate beds. I prepared them verbally ahead of time telling them it was all changing. We threw the diapers and bottles away, and put them in their beds at night. Lots of accidents, lots of pee, but by days 3-5 they peed everytime we sat them down and we werent having accidents. they haven't gotten the pooh mastered yet but i keep them lots of underwear on hand and potty accessories and now my girl goes from start to finish by herself. dont give in and dont give up!

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  • Dacia
  • 28-06-19

Beyond pleased!

So glad I listen this book, I admit I was anxious and terrified of this "potty training phase" of our lives. I dreaded it so much I kept putting it off (my child is 2 years and 8 months old). I'm so glad I bought and read this book (it's a super easy read). And absolutely grateful to the author for recommending the baby bjorn toilet seat (by far best one in the market! I'm tossing out the other one we had purchased last year).

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  • Acton
  • 28-06-19

This method works


I followed this book pretty closely and have had good results. I potty trained my daughter using this methodology at 2 years, 9 months old. By the 4th day, there were no more pee-pee accidents and by the 6th day, no more poo-poo accidents. My daughter is super easy going and loves being praised, so that has made things a lot easier.

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  • Avery
  • 19-06-19

WOW It worked

Wow! This book totally works. Our child is 28 months and I have to admit that I was super skeptical / nervous going into potty training. I had started "Oh Crap" but really disliked a the voice of the author and her disregard for the child as a person. A friend recommended this book - and I found the tone and approach much more my style. I was still skeptical, however, that it would all be a total disaster. We followed the book pretty much word for word, and WOW - it worked!!! We are currently on Day 3 of potty training and it has been a complete and total success. Day 1 we had a number of pee accidents but by lunch, our kiddo was peeing in the potty. Day 2 we had just 2 accidents in the morning, but the rest of the day was a huge success (and there was even a poop in the potty that night - which felt like winning the potty training Olympics). Day 3 we had no accidents at all. We even ventured out of the house for ice cream. Our child's "sleep undies" have been dry after naps and waking up in the morning (and we weren't even trying to potty train for night). All in all, I am thrilled about this entire process, and so happy we all made it through without anyone (child and parents included) feeling traumatized. There were a few tears along the way, but really we worked together with our child to make sure they felt loved, supported, heard and safe through this milestone.