When should a kid be potty trained

Wondering how to when should a kid be potty trained train a boy? How to potty train a boy.

He honestly didn’t give a care about the potties or the books or even the rewards. Because chances are there will be a lot of it. 3 spent most of his training time running around the house in the buff. He liked to wear his big baller drawers, but once soiled, off they’d come leaving him to free ball it the rest of the day. Some kids respond to the sticker charts and what not. Your choice on this one, but it could work, particularly at the beginning when you are just trying to coax the little baddie out of his diaper and onto the pot. Mom, Dad, and every other human creature living in or making frequent trips to your potty party during the designated training period should be briefed on the get-kid-to-the-potty-quick procedures.

At Casa de Dummies, we devote one solid week to the training up of the kid. We may have to alter our schedule to ensure that we are mostly just at home, but the mild inconvenience is totally worth it. I haven’t changed crap pants in months, people. Every cloth diapering mom will tell you that one of the benefits of putting your kid in them is ease of potty training. But, there is hope for those of you who didn’t: DON’T USE PULL-UPS! I know, Pull-Ups are convenient and they prevent you from having to follow your kid around with a bottle of carpet cleaner. And, when we had to leave the house, we used them too.

Kids get sick of standing in a puddle of urine. Kids learn what the Pull-Up is for. 3, evil mastermind that he is, learned this quickly. He would pee in the Pull-Up every time I put one on him. It was like his comfort zone because he knew I wouldn’t know that he peed them for a while and he wouldn’t care that he peed them ever.