Monday, December 21, 2009

Step Five Graduate Baby From Diapers To Training Pants

After your baby has been daytime dry for a few week he or she is ready to graduate from diaper to pull ups. Pull up are there to catch accidents not to be use as diapers, as long as your baby is gong frequently in diaper use diapers. Progress to pull up once the accidents are fewer. and them graduate to training pants when accidents are seldom occur.

Training pants look like supper-absorbent underwear and are used in the transition from diapers to pants. Be enthusiastic about this step up, but be careful what you call them. "BIG BOY" or "BIG GIRL" is a loaded term, especially if your toddler is not sure he or she wants to be big. This dilemma occurs when hurrying your child into pants. When your child see all the attention a diaper baby gets he or she may not want to be a big boy or girl. A great term to call them can be special pants it draws your child away from making any conclusion .

When Accidents Happen

Expect soiled and wet pants when your baby get his signals crossed. This is normal when learning a new skill. Prepare for accidents during intense play when your child is so preoccupied the miss their potty time signals. Baby's become so focus on what's going on outside they forget about their inside. Trainees in these big league pants may need bare bottom reminder to keep their mind on their body.

  • Stay calm. Kids don't have accidents to irritate their parents. Don't add to the embarrassment by scolding or disciplining your child. You may say, "You forgot this time. Next time you'll get to the bathroom sooner."

  • Slow down. Remind your child to relax and take it slow. Completely emptying the bladder can help prevent accidents.

  • Offer reminders. Accidents often happen when kids are absorbed in activities that — for the moment — are more interesting than using the toilet. To fight this phenomenon, suggest regular bathroom trips, such as first thing in the morning, after each meal and snack, and before getting in the car or going to bed. Point out telltale signs of holding it, such as fidgeting or holding the genital area.

  • Be prepared. If your child has frequent accidents, absorbent underwear may be best. Keep a change of underwear and clothing handy, especially at school or in child care.

IntoStep One Make Sure Your Baby Is Ready To Be Potty Trained Step Two Make Sure Your Ready To Potty Train Your Child
Step Three Teach Your Baby Where To Go And What To Call ItStep Four Teach Your Baby The Connection Between Feeling And GoingStep Six Teach Your Child To Wipe, Flush, Dress, And Wash Hands