potty success

McCarthy, Claire
April 2006
Parenting;Apr2006, Vol. 20 Issue 3, p77
The article offers tips on how to toilet-train children. It suggests on helping babies familiarize with words such as urine or stool. It suggests parents on showing children their interest in using the toilet. It offers information on the importance of energy and patience when conducting toilet training. INSET: Potty training for babies?.


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