This book has been written with the aim of helping parents to manage the process of training their children to successfully use the potty within a period of three days.
The book does not pretend that a child will be independently using the potty in three days. The promise that it makes is that after the three days of training the child should be able to remain dry, indicate that they want to use the potty and also understand that when she needs to relieve herself she must use the potty.
The book guides the parent on the things that need to be in place ahead of the training so that when the three days arrive the training is successful. The reader will get ideas of all the necessary things that need to be bought before the training starts. It also advises that the training should never be started before both the child and the parents are ready. There are recommendations on what the parent must do in order to physiologically prepare the child for the training and create a routine that works. A great deal of attention has been given to how parents must use praise to successfully motivate the child.
In the book, the reader will also find a step by step guide on how to manage the three days of the training, from the first day to the last. It has been written with an understanding that the training does not end on the last of the three days. It gives some guidelines on what the parent must do, post the three main days. It advises on how accidents, which will inevitably happen, should be managed.
This is a book that has been written with the main aim of making potty training fun to all who are involved.
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My name is Casey Robson, and I am happy that you are interested in me and my books. Since I was a child I’ve known I would devote my life to parenting. That is why I work as a children psychologist in a school now. I have a Master’s Degree in Psychology, so I have in-depth knowledge of upbringing, and I am ready to share it with others. I am a consultant for many magazines and newspapers dedicated to babies and teenagers. However, being a mother is the biggest, the most versatile and exciting thing in my life. There is a place for self-education and deep thoughts, for humor and fantasy, for games and needlework. All my talents are appropriate and all my knowledge is useful. It is so natural that my child is growing up and I am growing up too. Therefore, I always hope that my advice will help someone. The main goal of my books is to show other parents that every problem has dozens of solutions, and it is always possible to find those which will bring harmony and peace to any family.