Signs your baby is Potty Training Ready

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The one question that is very important for all mommies is “When to start potty training for your kid”?

There is no right time to start potty training. It varies from every child. However, if you started observing some potty training readiness behaviors, you will know it is the right time to potty train your kid.

Let’s get this training started!

If your child shows two or more of the following signs that means they are ready for Potty Training

  • Walking and can sit for short periods of time

    Walking and can
    sit for short periods
    of time

  • With gesture they can tell you they want to poo

    With gesture
    they can tell you they
    want to poo

  • Can pull his pants up and down

    Can pull his pants
    up and down

  • Following instructions carefully

    Following
    instructions carefully

  • Has regular, soft,formed bowel movements

    Has regular, soft,
    formed bowel
    movements

Published on: 24th October 2019

FAQ's

Though many children show the sigh of being ready for potty training at the age between 1.5 years to 2 years, others might not be ready until they're 3 years old.

1. Potty chair

2. Toilet seats

3. Step stool

4. Underwear

5. Training pants

6. Easy-to-remove clothing

Potty training duration varies from toddlers to toddlers. The average length of time is generally about 3 months, with girls generally learning a little faster than boys.