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Potty Train a 3 Year Old

Luckily for parents, especially first time parents, early infant development almost always proceeds naturally with little or no intervention on their part. In many ways, the first year of a baby's life is similar to his gestation. As long as all the correct ingredients are present, such as plenty of healthy nutrients, no harmful substances during pregnancy and loving, attentive parents after birth, the development of the newborn into a toddler will develop regardless of special parental input.

A newborn learns to talk naturally as long as his parents interact with him verbally, and learns to roll over, sit up, crawl, stand and walk, as long as he is given the opportunity to use his body in a natural way. No extra lessons or special training by the parents is needed.

There is a point during a child's development, usually when the child turns three, when special training is needed. A toddler may need some help learning a sleeping schedule that is better suited to his or her parents' lifestyle. And if the child is not yet toilet trained, potty training at 3 will require a parent's attention.

How to potty train a three year old

Potty training a 3 year old is a skill that takes quite a bit of parental intervention and knowledge to be done with minimal stress to the parents and the toddler.

If you are potty training after 3, all these issues, and many more, are addressed in the one book on toilet training that you will need. This three day potty training guide will address all your concerns, and is also your guaranteed.

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