Tinkle Time

by Luis Lopez

signs of readiness

  • child shows interest in potty
  • feels comfortable wearing underwear
  • can follow directions
  • Gives any sign of needing to go to the restroom
  • pees and poops diaper less frequently
  • does not feel comfortable with wet or dirty diapers
  • sits still until done with potty
  • can pull up and pull pants down

A little help

It helps the parents when the child helps their parents by informing them that they need to go to the restroom. When your child says something it helps the parents know that they are at that stage where they can go to the restroom without using a diaper to be wearing around everywhere. When your child is really uncomtorable with there diaper because it has poop or pee in it. It also helps to let u know that the are ready to wear underwear and move onto potty training.

Self dressing

The role of self dressing helps y\the parent when they need to go to the restroom, so that the parent wont have the trouble of pulling up and pulling down pants for their child. It also will help the child when they get older because their parents are not gunna be there when he is completely potty trained he is going to have to learn how his buttons work and how to pull up and pull down pants. Once they get the hang of this they are gunna be dressing themselves and doing more things on their own and learn more about clothing and how it works.

Muscle Control

Children are gunna need to learn this. When their is no restroom around they are going to have to learn how to hold it and make their bladder muscle stronger. Once thus has been mastered they will not only know how to hold their pee they will be able to communicate with you so that the parents know and they can look out for a restroom close by.

Training day

The first type of training is sitting on a bowel. They need to know what the toilet/bowel looks like so he/she knows where to go to the restroom. It is good to train with them so the parent knows when their child is ready to go to the toilet and learn different steps on their way to learning the toilet training.

Optimal Time

Your child must be both physically and emotionally ready for toilet training. Most children are ready to start when they are between 22 and 30 months of age, but every child is different. Toilet training usually becomes a long and frustrating process if you try to start it before your child is ready.

Reasons for toilet training

The main reason is so that your child will not pee or poop their pants everytime they have to go to the restrooms. Another reason is so they will learn more about the toilet and why it is important to use it. Another reason is so your child wont have to hold their pee or poop and hurt themselves