Diaper Free Before 3!
The class covers:
- Stages of Learning to use the toilet
- Parental attitudes
- Tips and Techniques
- Handling Set Backs
We will discuss the big questions like:
- Potty chair or toilet
- training pants or underwear
- child lead or parent lead
- and more.
You may be just starting to think about potty learning. Maybe you have hit a wall, or you are having some setbacks with helping your child transition out of diapers. In any of these situations you will find answers in Diaper Free before 3.
This class is designed to teach parents the natural process children go through to learn to control the bladder and bowel. When you know what to look for, and what to respond to, helping your child becomes simple. You will learn the importance of parent attention while allowing your child to lead the process in the way that is best for them.
Child development research shows that all normal developing children have the ability to be out of diapers between ages 18 months and 3. If your child is older than three you can still learn how to get your child out of diapers quickly and happily.
“I’m so glad that I attended your class and got to hear first hand that potty training really can be a very natural process. It takes a lot of commitment right now on my part, but the payoff of getting him out of diapers sooner rather than later is huge! It’s so funny to me when I hear other mom’s comment about how “lucky” I am that he is potty training so early. I don’t think of it as luck, but that my son is fully capable, so why not?!"