How to Potty Train in 24 Hours


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Potty training can be a grueling process. Toddlers are resistant to potty training because they have been using a diaper their entire life. It is best to have a dialogue with children about using a toilet before they begin potty training. There are many different methods for potty training. Some people prefer the 24-hour method, which works well for older toddlers.Difficulty:Moderately ChallengingInstructions Things You'll Need
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Talk to your child about potty training prior to potty training. The child should have an understanding of how to use the toilet and what is expected of her when you begin potty traini

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