Do you constantly feel like you're sabotaging your child's potty training? Like you're trying to control a process that should happen naturally?
Sad story: You're not alone.
According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, more children suffer abuse during this period, than at any other developmental phase.
Parents have high expectations for their children, and when things don't go quite smoothly – a damaging fear sneaks its way into the potty training process.
I've seen it all: from high fives to stickers, parents faithfully execute on any strategy that may work, only to become tragically disappointed when they're forced to continue stockpiling on Huggies diapers.
As a young mother, I experienced the same problem. And paid the same consequences over and over again, until I realized that my kids were quite simply bored and not interested.
Going to the potty was a chore, and an inconvenience, when it needed to do it differently.
After discovering that kids learn best through games and stories, I created the 30 day potty training challenge - a fun, motivational method , that ultimately helped me captivate my child's interest in potty training.
Through an engaging games, catchy sing-a-longs, and step-by-step training guides, 30 day challenge helps parents finally experience this same, indescribable satisfaction of raising an extremely independent toddler who virtually cruises through the potty training process!