I found a good toilet training program by Jam and Lewis. It calls for patience, drum machines, synthesizers and lots of underpants.
Our saving grace for potty training came from one of the last places we would have expected: the magical land of Arendelle.
There is the transition to underwear from pullups, the issue of making it through the night without wetting the bed, and then it’s mastering the finer details in, shall we say, “hygiene.”
While 88 percent are toilet trained by a year later that leaves a fairly big chunk of kids still working things out into the 4-year-old range.
Here’s something really important to remember: You’re not “training him” to pee in the potty, you are help him practice skills. So forget the Cheerios in the toilet.
I want to run from my responsibilities as a parent because the “Terrible Twos” are real and they’re frightening as hell. Then the guilt sets in.