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I had been on a very bumpy 5 month stretch trying to work on potty training with my 2 1/2 year old son.
I really like this book a lot and thought it had a bunch of fabulous ideas that a parent can use/adapt when trying to potty train a child with special needs.
My only complaint is that the author suggests dolls to use for the party that look like babies...with bottles.
First off, let me say that I LOVE this book. One day? Not so much. BUT... here's my story. My son is now six. We potty trained him using this book at 2.5 years old. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Jess with a J
i read it...
follow the instructions...
buy the things we need to buy...
train in the morning...
in the afternoon...
he is diaper FREE!!! Read more
I did the whole party and used a doll that "pees". I made little underpants for the doll and used coffee candy to simulate doll poop. It was a LOT of work but it WORKED. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Maddy's Mama
Do not buy this book. It is completely unrealistic and wants you to buy a whole lot of stuff that you don't need. Save your money and your time and buy a different book!Published 1 month ago by jennifer torska
This book works and the author is very personable and committed to her work to the extent that she will even call you! Read morePublished 1 month ago by Ruth Kennedy
POTTY TRAINING FROM A MEDICAL PERSPECTIVE
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