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We try to stay away from “parenty” issues such as potty training on our blog and FB page.  We like to keep it about play, and still plan to, but we get more emails asking for potty training advice than anything else.  So, we decided to create a document about it.

Table of Contents
Choosing a Potty
Getting Familiar with the Potty
When to Start
Why we don’t use rewards/punishments
Why we don’t use schedules
Bowel Movements
Nap and Nightime
Daycare
Playing Outsise/Day out
Regression
“Training”
For older children
FAQ’s
Price is $4.99

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8 Responses to PAHM Potty "Training"

  1. Michelle says:

    Hi, I was wondering if this is mostly about EC, or is it more the nuts and bolts of how to move from diapers to undies? I’ve been doing EC very part time with my daughter who is 21 months now and I really want to “seal the deal” so I guess I’m asking will this help me do it? Thanks for a great blog!

  2. Michelle says:

    I’m curious to read your document but don’t to pay $5 because I only have one question. We’ve done EC since 6 weeks and my daughter has been in undies for all but car rides at 6 months and then full time at 11 months. But now she’s 22 months and I still have to do everything for her. She’ll tell me when she needs to go and all that jazz (some days worse than others, like this morning, ha!). But that fact that your 23 month old will go to the potty, take her undies off, and then go…. sigh. My girl will NOT do this. Despite there being a potty in every room. She’s also very chunky and doesn’t have great balance (only started walking 4 months ago) so maybe I’m just expecting too much of her (taking undies off would be hard) right now. But how to help her make that transition to taking care of it herself? Some days I wish I lived in a dirt hut and that she could just wear a loin cloth :)

  3. I am amazed. Second day doing this. My daughter 22 months) is.doing great! Already a huge improvement from yesterday. We even went out for a few hours today and she had no issues.going in public on her little seat. She is asking to go and doing great! Thanks!!

  4. Debra says:

    What does this gorgeous image of toddler hands in glowing marbles have to do w potty training?

    I will buy your doc either way but am very curious!

    :)
    Debra

    • pahm says:

      LOL….those are water beads and that photo was once our PLAY AT HOME MOM LLC “signature photo” – we have since changed things up, but that photo still remains on the document. LOL Great point, though. LOL

  5. Ruthanne says:

    I have a 2.5 year old and 4.5 year old. They both have birthdays in January. I worked closely with my older daughter for 3 days and she generally got it when she was two, but we are still dealing with accidents and bed wetting. We discovered she had constipation recently that was making it hard for her to tell when she had to go pee. But, we have taken care of that and she is still having problems. Can your method help her?

    Also, My youngest we have tried to teach and she loves to take her pull up off and climb on to the big toilet (wants nothing to do with the two kid toilets we have), but she doesn’t go, then she gets down and washes her hands. She generally either has a wet diaper before she gets up on the toilet or pees in her diaper soon after. Can you system help her?

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