Potty Training in 3 Days

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The length of time it takes a child to potty train depends on a number of different elements. Learn about potty training in three days with help from a family case worker for CPS in this free video clip.

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Hi, my name is Christina Gavenda at Domesticfelicity.com, and today we're going to talk about potty training your toddler in three days. There are some great resources out there for learning how to potty train your toddler in three days if you'd like to try and go that route. Most of them suggest giving your child plenty of fluids, taking away their diapers and instead of diapers, putting underwear on them and then letting them go. You want to watch your child really carefully and as soon as you see them start to go potty on the floor, then you rush them to the toilet and tell them what a good job they do when they finish peeing int he toilet. Another handy tool to have is a toilet cover seat so that your child can set on the potty by themselves. It's also good to remember that if this method doesn't work for your child within the three days, they suggest stopping and then starting again in three to six months when your child might be more ready. This is not something that you keep doing forever until they finally get it, it's you try it and then stop if it doesn't work and then you can either try something else or you can try the same method again when you think your child might be more prepared. Thanks so much for watching. My name is Christina Gavenda, and that's potty training your child in three days.


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