There are alternatives to classic potty training methods. Credit: Getty ImagesElimination communication (EC) is a type of potty training that g...Elimination communication is a type of potty training that goes back to time immemorial because one of its goals is to forgo diapers altogether. Learn how it works.
Our final installment of real moms' potty training advice and stories...enjoy! *Kristen from Portsmouth, NH:The Potty Watch is the BEST. I...Real moms share potty training advice and stories.
More potty training advice and anecdotes from our mommy friends... *Nicole from Mt. Kisco, NY: Put a potty in your child's bathroom way before ...More potty training advice and anecdotes from our mommy friends.
More real mom potty training advice and anecdotes... *Becky from West Orange, NJ:Potty training is not easy and you must have a lot of pat...Real moms dish on their own potty training journeys.
Training pants sales are in the pooper. Credit: jenn_jenn, FlickrThe bottom has dropped out of training pants. Blame the economy. It 's stinky....A quick whiff of the industry shows there has been a drop in the number of training pants sales. That means there are a lot of tykes making the move out of diapers, while parents are hoping their kids figure out how to use a potty pretty darn quickly.
In our continuing quest for the most comprehensive potty training information around, ParentDish reached out to some of our real mom friends to get th...In the potty training battle, you're not alone. We have reached out to some of our real mom friends to get their home-spun, tried-and-true advice on potty training, as well as their stories.
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