Baby Toilet Training Tips

Submitted by Nick on January 16, 2012

With all the stages of development that children go through, another very important stage is baby toilet training. During the early stages, it is not possible to train a baby to control his or her bowel movements, and it is not even advised. However, baby toilet training is very essential and with regular practice, children will unconsciously be trained to make visits to the toilet. Getting your child to sit on a baby pot may be difficult at first, but after your child has grown comfortable with the idea of a baby potty, there isn’t much for you to worry about. Read more on baby potty training

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It may be a little more difficult to get your child to sit on the larger sized toilets, but this can also be overcome with the help of a baby toilet training seat. The seat is attachment for the toilet that is available at local stores and makes your baby feel more comfortable about visits to the toilet. There are parents who try to train their children using strict disciplinary methods.


This may cause psychological anxiety for the child and will hamper development. Parents are advised not to pressurize their children into learning how to use the toilet at too early a stage, in order to avoid causing any anxiety for the baby. Children will develop at their own pace and time and should be allowed the freedom of exploring various things, in order to do so.

There is no particular baby toilet training age, but parents should get their children used to sitting on a baby pot from the time they are able to sit erect, without any support. Making your baby sit for too long on a toilet seat is also ill advised and they should be kept there for a minimum period of time. As time goes by, your baby will grow comfortable with using a toilet seat and will not have any difficulty with using a toilet. Through the process of allowing your child to sit on the toilet seat, you have been able to train him without telling him or actually letting him or her know that the process of toilet training is in progress. Some children may grow comfortable with the idea of using a toilet at a very early stage. Others, however, may be a little uncomfortable and will take a longer period of tie to adjust to the use of a toilet seat.

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