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The Tiny Potty Training Book: A simple guide for non-coercive potty training MULTIMEDIA VERSION Kindle Edition
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I looked at different books when my husband and I were ready to try again.
2 sets of diapers is too much.
When I read the reviews here I thought you had to be doing or had done EC which we weren't. I ordered the book anyway and am glad I did. We started that weekend on Saturday and by Monday our daughter had pretty much mastered the pee part.
She had an issue with not wanting to do number 2 after she did it the first few times but some magnesium nipped that in the bud.
We followed the instructions to a tee and now 2 weeks later she is dry after naps and when waking up in the morning! We couldn't be happier. She is 2 years old and I wish I had found this book sooner.
Our 20 month old is about 90% toilet trained. He will have a "miss" about once a day, but that is because i'm not paying attention to when he needs to go. We went 100% no diapers all at once. Although it was a bit stressful at first it was worth it.
We tried the "child directed" approach with out daughter and it took forever to get her to use the toilet, but our son was so much easier because I learned the signed and helped to teach him when he had to go. We set up a routine and most of the time there are no problems. We do have a little toilet in the living room and he will go himself when needed. Also, there is a toilet top seat in the bathroom. He always stay dry when we are out of the house and will even use a public toilet. On our recent trip to Disney he did wet himself about once a day, but that was because i didn't get him to the toilet in time. On our 7 hour car trip he stayed dry.
For nights, we put him on before he goes down and then again before we go to bed. If we wake up in the middle of the night to use the bathroom we will get him and put him on also.
If you put in the time THIS WILL WORK!!!!!!!!!
I also passed along the book to my friend who had a very stubborn 3 year old and she too was potty trained in 5 days!
While I really like the method, I feel that this book is overpriced because I was disappointed with the bonuses, namely the "Private Support Group". I was expecting a forum on Andrea's website where my questions would be answered by certified mentors. However, after I purchased the book I was disappointed to discover that the "Private Support Group" is just a private facebook group, where all questions are answered by fellow parents rather than professionals. Some of the advice is helpful, but some of the advice I think is bad, and sometimes it feels like people are just throwing wild guesses at me. I didn't feel like I got my money's worth because of this.