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Potty Training An Infant

Over the past several years, much has been made about so-called "infant potty training"; a method which states that children as young as six months are able to gain control over their bladder and bowel movements. Although this training theory doesn't claim infants will be fully potty trained by following the method, they do say infants are able to communicate with their parents naturally when they have to go; also called "elimination communication."

Although not widely accepted in the West, proponents of this potty training theory claim the proof of its validity can be found in the 75 countries around the world that supposedly have their children toilet trained by the age of one.

What do the Experts Say About Toilet Training In Infancy?

According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, children are not able to gain control over their bladder or bowel movements before they are a year old, and even for six months thereafter. What's more, they argue that those parents who attempt to train their babies and fail could be risking creating negative associations for their child when it comes to learning how to potty train in the future.

So what's the verdict? Well, if there's one thing we can learn from the infant toilet training method, it's that children may be ready sooner than we might think to begin using the potty successfully. And while that likely doesn't mean it's a good idea to put them on the potty before they turn one, there is certainly no need to wait too long, either. Many experts agree children are ready to begin potty training around the age of 22 months.

And with my method, 3 days is all it takes--so don't wait, start today!

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