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Baby Potty Training, Baby Potty Training Tips, How to Potty Train Your Infant
Baby potty training should be imparted from an early age. Read the article to find useful tips on how to potty train your infant.

Baby Potty Training

Among the innumerable things that a baby is learning, he/ she must learn how to do potty in the right place meant for it. Though your baby may be too young, it has to be made a habit from an early age, but of course, potty training for an infant differs from the toddler potty training. The best time for early potty training is when your child is 4-5 months old. Early potty training depends on the understanding of the mother and child. The mother needs to understand the babies' general timing of 'pee' and also their body language. Also there are a large variety of funny potty training seats and even toys that can be used to make the child feel curious about using them. Read the article to find potty training tips for your baby and learn how to potty train your infant.

Baby Potty Training Tips
    • When you have an intuition that your infant wants to do take him/her to the desired place, hold her gently and make a sound of 'pee' or 'ssss' from the mouth. After some days, your baby will be adjusted to the sound and your touch. You can choose any comfortable place.
    • Pull his/her trousers up and down as children may need help with difficult clothes for some time. You can also make them wear diaper or potty pants, while taking them to the potty or keep them naked, if preferred.
    • If after the beginning of your potty training, your child still continues to make the diapers dirty, don't be worried. It is quite normal for the child to take around two years of time, before he/she gets adjusted to it.
    • Don't pressurize the baby or don't be worried, in case you missed some particular timing.
    Symptoms Of The Child Before Potty
    You need to understand the symptoms of the infant, after which you can confidently find out the right time to take him/her to the toilet or any other preferred place.
    • The babies can be very calm and quite.
    • He/she can pass out the smelly gas.
    • The body stiffens and he/she screams or become tensed up and.
    • He/she moves toward the toilet or stares at the potty or any such similar place.
    • He/she suddenly has a look of concentration, keeps staring at some distance in vague.
    • He/she can also make peculiar leg movements.
    • Also, there can be some changes in the behavior of the baby. He/she can suddenly become serious.
    • He/she can also stop playing or stop doing his/her most liked thing and give an unnatural look.






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