Most children enter a daycare, babysitter or preschool situation by age two or three, prime potty training years. Having them prepared ahead of time saves parents frequent trips exchanging accident clothes for clean ones and saves children embarrassment when accidents do happen. Since the mid-1970s, there have been many studies and reports of "quick-training" potty training methods published, some claiming to work as quickly as one day! It is important that we stress what success will be when trying to potty train a child in a short amount of time. Success will mean that your child is more likely to use the potty rather than diapers. A three-day potty training plan will definitely not be the end of your potty training endeavors; there will still be setbacks and accidents. Look at these three days as a HUGE jump start to your child's eventual 100% success. On the other hand, some children may be completely potty trained after a long weekend. In this book we will examine some components to some of these methods and some sure-fire ways to potty train your toddler quickly, within three days!