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It's something every parent has to deal with, but it doesn't have to be a pain or a dirty ol' mess.

The Family Conservancy's Meg Fuehne has tips on how to make the potty training process for children as clean and as fool-proof as possible.

  • Look for signs your child is ready for potty training
  • Let your child set the pace
  • Practice sitting on the potty at regular times during the day
  • Do not shame or punish a child for having an accident.
  • Wait until after a major change occurs before potty training (such as moving, new baby, etc)


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