When Should I Nighttime Potty Train?

Potty training your child when they’re awake during the day is a challenge in its own right, but getting them to use the bathroom when they wake up in the night is a different story altogether. It can be a bit confusing to know how to proceed in this stage. We don’t want to encourage our little ones to go … Read More

What if my Toddler is Afraid to Poop?

It sounds like a funny phobia to grownups, but the truth is, using the potty can be a harrowing experience for toddlers. In today’s video, I’ll explain why the experience can be distressing for some young kids, and give you some tips to help them overcome their fear. Why wait? Try out my No-Sweat Potty Training Program and get started … Read More

The Bedtime Potty Excuse

Potty training is an exciting time for parents and their toddlers. Your youngster takes one of their first exciting steps towards their “big kid” status, and parents get to say goodbye to all of the diaper related unpleasantness they’ve dealt with since baby first arrived. But right around the time your child learns to use the potty, chances are they’ll … Read More

Nighttime Potty Training

Getting through the night without having an accident is a huge accomplishment for your toddler, but it doesn’t usually happen without a few failed attempts. Today, I’ve got some advice for getting your little one potty trained through the night with a minimal number of accidents and discomfort. Why wait? Try out my No-Sweat Potty Training Program and get started … Read More

When Can I Start Potty Training?

Moving from diapers to the potty is a big step, and one that you want to be sure both you and your little one are ready for. Today, I’ve got some tips to help you determine if it’s a good time to make the transition. Why wait? Try out my No-Sweat Potty Training Program and get started today! The sooner … Read More

Signs It’s Time To Start Potty Training

There are conflicting views on almost every aspect of parenting you can imagine, but if you really want to open the floodgates of insights and opinions, hardly anything compares to potty training. There is almost no consensus from one expert to another on what age to begin, what method works best, or how to deal with accidents. Some parents have … Read More

Your Fear of Potty Training

I was asked by a reporter from a popular morning news show to help potty train her daughter. When we had the initial discussion about her 3-year-old’s issues, one thing that came up often was how worried mom was that the daughter didn’t want to potty train. She was afraid to start because of this, and had stopped training in … Read More

How To Save Almost $1,000 This Year By Potty Training

Most parents are pretty anxious to get on with potty training after a couple of years of hauling around an overstuffed bag of diapers and wipes everywhere they go. And changing diapers is no picnic either, especially once your child gets older. But just in case you need some extra incentive to start potty training your child sooner rather than … Read More

Why pull-ups are a money grab and delay the potty training process

Pull-ups are a billion-dollar industry, and for good reason. When they hit the market twenty years ago, parents were thrilled to have a product that helped their kids transition out of diapers without having to cope with piles of laundry from all the accidents. These days, parents continue to shell out between $30 to $100 a month for pull-ups. But … Read More