Is lockdown the best time for potty training?
Waiting for the right moment to potty train your little one?
There's no better time than lockdown!
There are some serious advantages to being stuck at home:
✅ Less fuss
✅ Spare clothes and towels always on hand
✅ No accidents in public
✅ No searching for the toilet in public places
✅ No activities to get in the way of your routine!
Where To Start?
1. Keep a potty in the bathroom and another one in a room you spend time in
Encourage your child to sit on it a few times a day, just getting used to it. If the potty is on a carpet, make sure the area around the potty is covered with a waterproof mat in case of any spillages.
2. Prepare lots of clothing changes
Clothes should be easy to take off. Forget dungarees & onesies (for now!)
3. Cover the bed and sofa with waterproof mats
A waterproof mat will save you a lot of cleaning up and will protect your furniture. Make sure to choose a safe option, such as the PeapodMat.