Teaching your son how to use the potty will require time and patience on your part, and a reasonable degree of cooperation and motivation from your son.
The key to potty training success is starting when your son is interested, willing, and physically able to. While some kids are ready as young as 18 months, others may not be prepared to learn until well past their third birthday. Some experts believe that boys are in diapers a bit longer than girls because they’re generally more active and may less likely to stop and take the time to use the potty.
There’s no point in trying to get a head start. When parents begin potty training too soon, the process is likely to take longer In other words, you’ll arrive at your destination at the same time, no matter when you start. So before you begin, you may want to…
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