Potty Training Girls the Easy Way: A Stress-Free Guide to Helping Your Daughter Learn Quickly

Potty Training Girls the Easy Way A Stress Free Guide to Helping Your Daughter Learn Quickly Why are girls ready for toilet training earlier than boys are Why are girls prone to accidents How do I know if my daughter is ready From the authors of Potty Training Boys the Easy Way this guide pr

  • Title: Potty Training Girls the Easy Way: A Stress-Free Guide to Helping Your Daughter Learn Quickly
  • Author: Caroline Fertleman Simone Cave
  • ISBN: 9780738214542
  • Page: 370
  • Format: Paperback
  • Why are girls ready for toilet training earlier than boys are Why are girls prone to accidents How do I know if my daughter is ready From the authors of Potty Training Boys the Easy Way, this guide provides a clear, step by step plan for training girls, including strategies for making potty time fun, parenting differently for different personalities, and handling sWhy are girls ready for toilet training earlier than boys are Why are girls prone to accidents How do I know if my daughter is ready From the authors of Potty Training Boys the Easy Way, this guide provides a clear, step by step plan for training girls, including strategies for making potty time fun, parenting differently for different personalities, and handling specific situations, such as what to do when there is no toilet nearby and ways to stay dry throughout the night Practical and reassuring, Potty Training Girls the Easy Way will give your family the confidence to successfully achieve this important milestone.

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    1. Is this an effective potty training method? I can't vouch for it yet since someone hasn't quite started. Pros: explanation of potty readiness and emphasis on not pushing the unready short folk. Cons: the tone of this book is sometimes weird, at least once hilarious. Samples: "just because your child is female, it doesn't guarantee she will be mature and sensible." Especially if she's two! In discussing clothing for easy removal: "Elasticized pants also work, and jogging style bottoms are a very [...]

    2. This is a decent overview of toilet training, but there are some latent issues - particularly the assumption that moms are the only ones involved, as well as a strangely passive-agressive reference to girls growing up "butch."

    3. First off let me start with the biggest flaw this book has. The one and only mention in the entire book of cloth diapers is when it mentions that Grandmothers who will try to enforce their opinion and advice of early training and methods used those cloth diapers and were probably ready to get out of doing all that laundry. Woah there. You two authors are way off base in the current climate of cloth diapers and need to do a bit more research. With that said, obviously this book comes from a dispo [...]

    4. Eh, I guess this was useful/pragmatic/helpful to come extent, i.e. it made me think clearly about the fact that urine is (in the grand scheme of things) pretty easy to clean up and not freak-out worthy. But I found some of the advice super irritating. Maybe I'll have a better sense of its success in a few weeks when I can see if the ideas have helped me potty train my daughter

    5. The title should read "Potty Training Girls the Easy Way If You're A Stay At Home Mom Married To A Man Who Doesn't Really Parent." Also, this is just a small thing, but the book assumes you know how to teach a kid how to wipe. I want to know how to teach a kid how to wipe.

    6. Will give a rating when I have actually tried out the ideas in this book although it all sounds pretty sensible to me. It does feel as though you spoken to in overly simple terms at times, as others have commented, but I can deal with that if it works. To be continued

    7. I am in the process of potty training my stubborn 3.5 year old daughter so I am only commenting on what I've used. I like the concept of the book and the go with the flow attitude, but so far it hasn't helped me at all.

    8. Written for the lowest common denominator but had some helpful ideas if you got past the 3rd grade reading level. The non-American terms made up a little for the reading level.

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