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Potty training

How to Potty Train Your Child at Night

Help your child wake up dry with these simple tips on nighttime potty training.     Let's face it, one of the best moments in a parent's day is when their child finally falls asleep. Staring at that angelic little face can give you the utmost joy, especially... more


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What are some struggles you are facing now that kids are heading back to school?

Whether it is adjusting to new schedules, finding after school care, or any other stresses that come with back to school time, a new school year can be a struggle at first. We are looking to create some resources for families to ease this stress of a new year and... more


Potty Training Regression: How to Get Your Child Back on Track

Your almost-trained child has started backsliding, and you're starting to lose your patience. What causes potty training regression in children, and how can you reverse it?     You thought that your son was practically trained -- he just had an accident here and there. Suddenly, he's wetting his... more


Potty Training: Some Kids Call for Deeper Understanding

    It's only natural for parents to become jealous when they hear about potty training prodigies who make their final poop in the pants at age two. According to The New York Times, the average age that children nowadays master the art of independent toileting is between 36... more


How to Potty Train a Reluctant Child

Expert tips on how to potty train a boy -- or any child who fights the process -- and how to lessen the stress of potty training, for both you and your little one.     Why is potty training a boy so hard? Perhaps this is a bit of gender bias... more


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Why won't my 3-year-old poop in the potty?

My 3-year-old has been peeing in the potty for months now, but she won't poop in it. She just goes in her closet and poops her pants. What's going on and what can I do?


Royal Flush: Potty Training Strategies That Work

    Forget caring for a newborn's bellybutton. It was easy. Taking away the paci? Challenging, but you made it through. What really instills fear and intimidation in a parent? Potty training. Moms and dads imagine big (public) messes, stressful tantrums and a long, drawn out battle for the... more


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My daughter can't control when she goes to the bathroom- any advice?

My 4 year old with meningocele is suddenly unable to control when and where she goes to the bathroom. We were able to successfully conquer potty training, but now it seems that that effort may have been in vain. Have any other parents of children with SB experienced this before... more