Accidents Will Happen: Coping with the Perils of Leaving the House with a Not-Yet Potty-Trained Toddler

I once forced my daughter to have an accident. Yes, I insisted that she pee in her pants. She was around three and we were stuck in traffic on NYC's W...

Keeping Your Cool While Potty Training

Parenting and self-doubt go hand-in-hand in the best of times -- but the potty training years are especially trying, unleashing a continual loop of an...

Potty Training Boys vs. Girls: What's the Difference?

As the mother of two daughters, my recollections of the potty-training years conjure up visions of many tiny pairs of panties sporting Disney prince...

Ten Top Potty Training Books for Kids

No, you don't really need a book to teach your toddler about his privates, the toilet, and how to introduce them to one another -- but these books mak...


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