3 Day Potty Training gives you a step-by-step approach to toilet training that aims to have your child completely potty trained in as little as 3 days.
You will learn how to:
+ Work with the child that has ZERO interest or motivation;
+ Work with stubborn children;
+ Get your child to actually go IN the toilet when they are ON the toilet;
+ Travel with your newly potty trained child;
+ Correctly address regression or relapses;
+ Potty train twins and triplets;
+ Potty train children with autism or who are speech-delayed;
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She learned on the 2nd day!
I really loved the way she explains on how to potty train your toddler. It was just like magic and my 26 month old understood the potty routine on the 2nd day of training.
So far she has been having accidents on her nap time but I guess that part of the learning.
When we are out I have to keep reminding her of her "potty time" every 1:30hr or an accident may happen.
We still working on her training but she is doing very well.
I didn't take the night diaper out yet but we will so. :)
Thank you for the incredible book!
Worked with 23 month old!
My husband and I both read it and followed it to a T. The first day was very draining and intense, but by the second day, our little one was potty trained with only two accidents that day. Totally worth that stressful first day! We are now a couple of months out, and she rarely has accidents. She occasionally has accidents outside or in new places, but she’s little so that is to be expected. We stuck with the nighttime training and underwear for about five weeks—limiting fluids two hours before bed and waking up several times at night, etc. We continued to have accidents and wet the bed, so it worked better for us to put pull ups on her at night and we will try again when she’s older. We haven’t noticed nighttime pull-ups interfering with daytime potty training at all (including she still stays dry and wears underwear at nap times).
We did have some problems with her being scared of pooping in the toilet and tried the various methods in the book. She started out great and had several bowel movements on the potty, but then started holding it, became constipated and scared after a week or two. Pooping became a big production with a lot of anxiety. We started giving her miralax, and what worked for us was to bring the baby toilet out to wherever we were, take off her pants and underwear so we could see it starting and rushing her to the potty. She didn’t want to stay sitting on it to finish her bowel movements, so it was a lot of back and forth and just easier to have the potty out with us to decrease the time it took to get her on it. We kept with the miralax (with doctors approval) and that method, and we worked up to having clothes on her and eventually the potty in the bathroom again for bowel movements. She’s now doing awesome and even pooping at daycare with no problems!
Overpriced stern blog post
I was not impressed with this book at all. The author provides very little value, no remarkable tips. The whole book is worded in a negative stern way that makes the reader feel like the child. Interestingly, the book is ended with a call to use the author’s additional services “for a small price”. This book is so popular because it was the first, not because it’s the best.