How to get Toddlers to Shit in a Potty

Getting your child potty trained can be a difficult task for many parents. You may find that the toddlers are easily use the potty to pee, but when it comes to shit they refuse and refuse to sit on the potty, even if they sit, they will not do the act and maintain it. This can be frustrating for parents who do not have a way to get their shit toddler in the pot. Here are some helpful tips that you can use to train your shit pot toddler.

How to get Toddlers to Shit in Potty

Disclaimer: While you are helping your child learn to poo in the pot, you must make sure that in the beginning they do not suffer from constipation. If they have big, hard and painful bowel movement, they will be afraid to use the crock of crap. If this is the problem, then you can increase their intake of fluid and fiber intake too. You can also use a stool to make stools softer and therefore easier to pass.

If your child does not suffer from constipation or had constipation, but you have now solved the problem, you can follow the tips mentioned below to help him through regular bowel movements in the potty.

1. Do not force your child

Take care, and never force your child by making him poop in the potty. Tell her she can try when she feels she is ready to poo in the potty. Make her feel that she has to decide on the issue.Forcing a child who has trouble spending time on the saddle in the pot will increase its resistance. It can also scare her more if it slows down because of fear. Forcing can also increase the chances of developing constipation in your child.

2. Keep out of Flushing

It can happen in some toddlers they fear the sound of flushing. If it’s the same with your baby, then hold off on the hunt until the time she leaves the room. As she gradually becomes comfortable with the noise, then you can reduce the distance she leaves the room to the other room, and she is in the hallway, then into the door and so on. After she feels ready and comfortable, you can ask her to pull down the lever herself.

3. Before Saying Goodbye Flushing

If you find that your child is anxious, while hunting his shit, you can encourage him to say goodbye to her before rinsing drains. This way she will feel better about separating from her crap. You can also take a series of tests with toilet paper; However, be sure to tell him what is not disposable as it can end up flushing her toys, keys or cell phone for fun.

4. Call for Reinforcements

You can also ask someone from the outside as kindergarten teacher of your child’s pediatrician or grandparent (who are neutral but benevolent) to encourage him to poop on the potty. It has more weight than your regular means.

5. Get your child comfortable with Pooping in the bathroom

You should encourage your child to spend his stool in the bathroom; even if it means she’s sitting in the corner and do it in her pull-up. Once she is comfortable to go to the bathroom, then you can ask her to sit on the potty in her pull-up and pass stool. In a next step, you can cancel the pull-up and finalementvous can delete it. Some parents make a hole in the pull-up, so that the child still poo in the pull up but shit falls into the pot.

6. Fun Read Books or Sing Songs

If your child is angry about the subject, then it is very likely that it can hold its shit. This leads to a vicious circle :. Your child’s stools will get harder, bigger and more painful is when she tries to get them out and that will make it more resistant to go to the potty to pass stools.

Read your child books on infant bowel movement in a pot that way you will not only talk about the subject but also make it fun. You can find some good books on the subject in your local library or bookstore for children. You can also sing his songs or nursery rhymes. This will make him relax and have a bowel movement.


Video: Thomas the train shows how shit on pot, which makes the process much poop funny and easy:

7. Do not punish

The most important thing is not to punish your child for not pooping in the potty. This becomes a great struggle for power and make training more difficult pot. If your child is reluctant to go on the potty and you hold her pull-up, then there are chances of her becoming constipated or having accidents in her underwear.

8. Fears Soothe Common

Where the refusal of your little shit on a pot is due to common fears as she may be afraid of falling into the toilet or she may feel that some monsters will come from inside and eat, then it is important to allay their fears and encourage her to tell her farewell to her poop.

9. Additional Incentive Offer

You can also try to motivate your child by praising and small gifts when she pooped in the potty. You can type her name and also give her some cookies or candy as a sign of encouragement.

10. Countdown

You can also set a schedule for your child. You can continue to tell your child that when she reached the age of 3 years, then it will not poop in a diaper or pull-up. This way you prepare mentally to your crappy child in the pot at the decisive moment.

Here’s another shitty song that makes potty training more fun:

Experiences of Other Moms

1. Work with your toddler to come up with new ideas

“My daughter still would not go on a crock of crap when she was 3 years old. I came up with an idea, which I found in a book. I spoke with my baby to work on a certain plane Poopy, I started health to write on a piece of paper. My daughter was excited about it and I came up with some ideas such that it can hold the diaper in her hand while she is in the poo pot. It also came with some ideas. This process not only the pleasure of training, but also makes your child feel that she is a very important part in decision-making. “

2 Wait for this to happen

“My son was 2-1 / 2 years and was still not poop on the potty. I tried many things, but in vain.Finally, I drop and given up trying to potty train. To my surprise, a few months later, when he turned old 3-1 / 2 years, he came to me and said he wants to poop on the potty and he took off his coat and pooping on the pot. That was the end of the problem. “

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