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Time to Ditch the Diapers! 10 Parent-Approved Potty Training Techniques

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Mom giving daughter piggyback ride

Lead By Example


Every time you go to use the bathroom, take your child in with you so he can observe. (You lost your privacy when you had your bundle of joy, right?) Then ask him if he wants to take a turn. Setting an alarm to remember to take your child to use the toilet every one or two hours will help with consistency.

One mom notes, "I would take my son with me every time that I went, then show him what I had done. He caught on fairly quick."

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