Start Potty Training: Potty Training In 3 Days
by Carol Cline, a potty training expert and a mother of four children. I wish this guide is helpful to you when you start potty training a toddler.
What can this guide do for you?
A solution that guarantees results
An effective training method gets your child out of diapers in three days
Carol Cline, the author of the product, is very thorough. She has thought of many situations and problems which mothers can easily lose in when they start training toddlers. For instance, when to start potty training, what equipment parents need, nighttime potty training, how to judge whether a toddler and his mother are both ready for training, these are all covered in the guide.
There are even situations about how to wipe bum, the differences between boys and girls on potty training, big child and twins.
To make the guide quick and effective, you have to spare three days of your part-time purely training your toddler. This is important because the guide needs you to get into training your child over the three days. Parents need to follow the guide and stay diligent.
What are the Pros and Cons of this guide?
Help you train a child quickly and easily if you follow the guide
Solve any problems you meet during the three days
Many good tips and advice to train easier
Higher level of attention to child
Carol will personally answer training-related questions weekly
Cheat sheet videos
Helpful motivational reward charts to print off to detail progress
Less strain on the budget. You will not have to buy any more diapers
60 days money back guarantee
Need to spare three days purely training a child
Need to tweak the method according to your toddler
Should always be ready to face the accidents during these three days
You may face some resistance from your child if you leave potty training too late
Going back to diapers if the going gets rough will cause confusion-patience is required
Obviously, the Pros far outweigh the Cons.
In closing, being potty trained also encourages your son or daughter's autonomy and independence. Potty training also benefits other aspects of children's development.
Who will get the most out of this guide?
Who is the ebook for?
People who can spare three days training their kids
People who can follow the guide and finish the things
People who are tolerant, calm and have patience
People who are willing to control and finish off the accidents
People who are sick and tired of changing dirty diapers
Who it's not for:
People who can't think for themselves
People who can't adapt to situations
People with busy lives who don't have time to devote three days to training
People whose lives have just recently changed, such as a new toddler in the home or a house move
Should you buy this guide?
All information in this article will not be helpful for you if you have not made a decision to get into the training process and devote time to training.
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