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5 PARENTING POTTY TRAINING FRUSTRATIONS

Potty training a toddler can be a difficult and frustrating time for both parents and tots. It can be a tedious (and a bit of a nasty) process, but the benefits are rewarding for everyone involved. Your child gets a sense of independence and you don’t have to change anymore dirty diapers. So parents, its time to get ready for all of the frustrations and mark your calendar for the light at the end of the tunnel. Here are 5 of the most frustrating parts of potty training:

1. Dirty laundry- It never ends. There are accidents that never seem to end and neither does the laundry pile.

2. Public bathrooms- When potty training a toddler, you never want to ask them to “hold it” so when they say they need to go, you take them to the closest potty that you can find even if that potty isn’t very clean.

3. The training potty- You have to empty it every single time they do their “business” in it.

4. The bathroom- Sometimes they miss and you end up with a huge mess on the floor and nothing in the toilet.

5. Motivation- Whether it’s the knowledge of becoming a big kid, or getting a special treat, figuring out what motivates your child can become very frustrating for you and your little one.

What are some frustration parts of toddler potty training that you’ve experienced? 

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3 Comments to “5 PARENTING POTTY TRAINING FRUSTRATIONS”

  • Why July 30, 2013 at 11:36 am

    potty training requires a lot of patience from the parent. My son is 2 and we are getting there. He has his accidents and says, “Momma look at me.” as he pees on the floor.

  • drew April 15, 2013 at 8:25 pm

    I had so much trouble with my son, got alot advice that dident work. I read this blog and it helped and got my son potty trained in 5 days. The book says 3 days but every one is diffrent. I was strugguling through 4 months of potty training.
    http://www.toddlertraning.blogspot.com/

  • Sherley April 12, 2013 at 6:42 pm

    The picture used is so darn cute. He (I’m assuming it’s a boy), is soo into that book.

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