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Friday, March 19, 2010

potty training

tah ler..sejak 2-3 menjak ni time malam jek start dlm kul 8-9pm kimi akan kata kat mama.."" sambil tunjuk suar..pastu dengan sendiri tanpa diarah kimi akan bukak suar sendiri...dh pandai dh..bukak suar..pastu suruh mama bukak pampers..pastu tarik tangan mama nk gi toilet..suruh mama basuhkan shunai dia..dh byk kali dh kimi wat cm ni..mama pon ingat nk start wat potty training tp mama ni kurang sabar ler..

maner taknyer masuk jek bilir air kimi start main kata shhhhh..konon nk suruh dia kencing ler..blh plak dia pegang lantai ler..pegang mesin basuh ler..wat muka sengih2 ler..waa..tak larat nk nunggu tau..dh basahkan kaki pon kimi tak kencing2 lagi siap garu bontot lagi..garu pala la..sumer la..last2 mama tak saba mama angkut dia bwk kuar pakaikan pampers..elok jek lepas pakai pampers kimi pon kencing..hangin baru permulaan kot..takper la nnti banyakkan usaha lagi..harap2 blh ler training kimi ke toilet lepas nih

der skit tips for mummies yang nk start potty train anak mereka

When to start potty training

Don't begin training until your child shows signs that he/she is ready. Every child is different. Most are ready for training between 2 years and 2+ years (Some as young as 18 months or as old as 3 years).

Start at a time when you can spend a lot of time with your child, when your child seems complacent, happy and there are no major distractions or traumatic events in his/her life (new sibling, divorce, moving, new caretaker etc.).

Common signs of toilet training readiness:

  • Your child has bowel movements at about the same time every day.
  • Your child can stay dry for a few hours, or wakes up from sleep dry.
  • Your child knows that he/she has to go to the bathroom
  • Your child understands the association between dry pants and using the potty.
  • Your child lets you know when he/she has wet or soiled her diapers.
  • Your child can pull his/her pants up and down.
  • Your child can follow simple directions like "lets go to the potty."
  • Your child understands what "pee, poop, dry, wet, clean, dirty and potty" mean.
  • Your child can tell you he/she has to go to the bathroom.
  • Your child imitates other members of the family.
  • Your child watches you on the toilet and asks questions.
  • Your child wants to do things by herself/himself.
  • Your child enjoys washing his/her hands.
  • Your child gets upset if his/her belongings are not in their proper place.
  • Your child wants to please you.

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