Monday, December 21, 2009

Step Four Teach Your Baby The Connection Between Feeling And Going

The next step is to help your baby make the connection between what he feels and what he has to do. Potty training is teaching your baby to make a series of connection between the urge to go and going to the potty. The first training goal is to help your baby make a connection between what he feels and what he needs to do. When your baby shows about to go signs ( example, squatting, quietly retreating) Interjecting the reminder the reminder "GO POTTY" as you walk your baby to the potty. Once you plant the connection when he or she feel the pressure, "GO POTTY" is in your baby's mind and in time he will go with out you triggering his memory. Many toddler achieve night time dryness between the second year of their life. Mourning is a good time to suggest using the potty. At mourning the bladder is full and your baby will learn what full bladder feels like and associate a full bladder with using the potty. This easy mourning routine will make the rest of the day potty training easer.

Quick Dressing Tips

Dressing your baby for quick change, making easier for your baby, if he has to struggle to remove complicated clothing in route from the urge to go potty he or she is more likely to let go before getting unhooked, unbuckled , unbutton which leads to a double mess, now you have a soiled baby and clothes. Elastic waistbands and quick release velcro fastener are a must.

Feeling And Telling

Tell your baby what to tell you as soon as you notice about to go signs, query, GO POO POO? TELL MOMMY ( OR "TELL DADDY"!) you are planting another mental connection, when he feels the urge he said the words. Once your baby masters these to two connections, the urge to go and running to the potty or the urge to go and asking for help by saying "GO POTTY" your baby is ready to advance. Notice the proper role playing you set the game plan but is up to your baby is he chooses to play or not.

Potty Times

The next connection to teach your baby is that when you sit him on the potty he goes. This is called a conditional reflex and it wont work unless your baby is nearly ready to go. The key here is to catch him at the time or times when he or she is about to go, and shit him or her on the potty before your baby makes a deposit on he's or her diapers. He will then begin to associate sitting on the potty with bowel movement and eventually with urinating.

Catching your baby potty needs can be a bit tricky at first but there many way's to work around it so you don't have to follow your baby around all day. Here how to get some potty time clues. Using a potty chart for a week or two record the time or times of the day that your baby has the urge to go potty or has gone potty. If you detect a pattern, say after breakfast, put him or her each day at that time. Provide your baby with an attention holding so that you can extend his squatters rights to sit until he or she goes. If you do not detect a pattern put your baby on the potty every two hours or so as often and as long as your time and patience permits.

A physiologic aid for potty training, called the gastrocolic reflex, may help you predict when you baby has the urge to go to potty. A full stomach simulates the colon to empty twenty to thirty minutes after a meal. Try potty sitting after every meal until your baby's patience runs out. Your best odds of predicting potty urges are after breakfast. Another value of this daily routine is that its teaching your baby to listen to his bodily urges. Its a physiologic fact that bowel signal not promptly attended can lead to constipation.

Understand that a child like an adult, does not push bowel movement unless the colon is contracting. The colon has a natural rhythm that causes it to contract for several minutes a few time a day. Its this contracting that causes the urge to go to the bathroom. Therefore it will not work to sit your child on the potty and tell him or her to push until he or she goes unless the colon id naturally contracting at the time.

Even when you and your baby misconnect, and your baby goes in his diapers take him into potty chair room and empty the content. At least it will teach him where his productions go. Typically your catching your baby in the act in order to potty him to eventually catch himself in the act

Bare Bottom Drills

Covering up the evidence delay toilet training. Diaper keep baby's from making the connection between the urge to release and what he or she need to do about it.

Outdoor training

For warm weather potty training, if you have a private yard, bare bottom makes potty training easier. Remove your baby's diaper and let him run around bare bottom, cover mostly by a long t shirt if you wish ( t shirt from a older child make for good cover ups) when the urge to go hit your child he may stop, squats, because he suddenly realizes what's going on. Amazed by his revelation, your baby may talk about what he is doing , "GO PEE PEE" or "GO POO POO" or look toward you asking him self what do i do now coach? Now is your move. Watch how your baby handles this uncover elimination. He may look proud, confuse or even upset, especially if he soiled his legs. Praise his production and clean up matter of factly. Have the potty chair available so you can show your child were it goes. And next time you see him squatting show him how to sit on the potty chair instead . Don't resign toileting coach if your baby play with what he produces. Avoid showing disgust, as this only plants counterproductive connections that some thing is wrong with what comes out of him or her, so he'd better not let go any more.

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 Five Graduate Baby From Diapers To Training Pants Step Six Teach Your Child To Wipe, Flush, Dress, And Wash Hands