Parents discuss potty training basics, including when to start.
PSP members offer their advice on how to keep babies from taking off their diapers.
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A PSP member asks fellow parents, "I'm in the process of potty training my 2 1/2 year old daughter, and I think we're ready to venture out of the house without a diaper. I'm looking for advice on where people go when they're in the park - particularly at the 3rd Street playground where we frequently play. (I'm new to the neighborhood and to the potty training, and would love to hear any advice on going out in the area diaper free....)"
One parent asks fellow PSP members, “We have begun the potty training process with books about potty training. In all of the books we've looked at so far, there is always mention and/or photos of the small pottys. In only one did I see one of the seats you set in the "big" toilet. Is the small potty necessary? What are the benefits? The thing I see is an extra cleaning step... Is there any reason you might skip the small pottys and just go to...
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One PSP member asked the group, "I'd like to start or testing out potty training with my 2yr old son. I hear it takes much longer to train boys vs. girls and would like to get started now, prior to the birth of my next child in June. However, I am prepared to stop if he's just not ready."
Advice from PSP members.