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Child Development and Potty Training

During your child's toddler years, you will notice a change in her overall development. From learning to walk to learning to talk, your child is accquiring new skills all the time - including potty training! Of course, with all of these changes happening at once, it can be difficult to know when our child is ready.

In terms of child development potty training, girls are usually ahead of boys in acquiring the skills needed to learn how to potty train successfully, including maturity and the ability to control her bladder and bowel movements.

How child development affects toilet training

Between the ages of 18-24 months, toddlers begin to develop the skills needed to successfully toilet train, including:

  • Ability to create a goal - using the potty - and remember it long enough to follow it through;
  • Increased self-awareness;
  • Ability to sit still longer;
  • Increased ability to comprehend language;
  • Increased desire to please and motivation for reward.

All of these skills affect toilet training.

If you have an older child, he or she can also help your toddler take on toilet training with confidence. Of course, that doesn't mean both you and your child won't need some extra help along the way. For success in toilet training an older child or, if you are experiencing potty training resistance, this ebook is your ideal solution.

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