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WE CHALLENGE YOU TO PLAY ONE POTTY TRAINING GAME A DAY - FOR 30 DAYS.
All it takes is 10 minutesa Day!
WHAT IS THE 30 DAY POTTY TRAINING CHALLENGE?
During the 30 Day Potty training Challenge, we will be sending you weekly emails with games, activities and tips to initiate your kid into our Easy and Fun Potty Training tribe. Not only are potty games super fast to make, kids also love to play them. We pinky promise.
We have rawkin' potty training tribe that is passionate about spreadin' the effectivness. We hope you join us!
By the end of the 30 days, we have a feeling your kid will be very motivated and exited to do their pee and poop in the potty (and we' ll celebrate with you!).
THIS POTTY TRAINING CHALLENGE MAKES THE INCREDIBLY FRUSTRATING TASK FUN !
GET READY TO HAVE FUN WITH YOUR KID WHILE POTTY TRAINING
WE ARE PASSIONATE ABOUT HELPING YOU POTTY TRAIN YOUR KID EASILY, AND WHILE HAVING FUN, NO FRUSTRATION, PAIN, OR IRRITATION !
"Makes perfect sense during potty training: The narrator tells them they usually feel butterflies in their stomach when the need to go. That right there is worth this training app. I never thought of describing it that way, but it makes perfect sense. "~ Deb Thompson.
Frequently Asked Questions about the 30 Day Potty Training Challenge
How Does the 30 Day Potty Challenge work?
After signing up for the 30 Day Potty Training Challenge (by 6 PM PST the night before the start date), you'll receive your first email. You will be able to prepare your kid for succesfull potty training by doing one game or exercise per day for 30 days. If you missed getting in on this challenge, you can still participate simply by sending us an email to email@example.com
How will this Challenge potty train your kid?
During the 30 Day Potty training Challenge, we will be sending you fun activities and games that will make your kid feel safe on the toilet. So later, when you decide to start the physical training process, your kid will learn much faster and with fewer accidents.
How will this Potty Challenge make your kid feel about using the toilet?
The activities will make your kid feel safe on the toilet and will mean they know all the theory required to potty train.
Why do we recommend doing this 30-day Potty Challenge? is it worth it?
Did you know that the American Academy of Pediatrics states that potty training is the number one cause of child abuse? Many parents feel frustrated and start yelling at or hitting their kids while potty training. That is why this methodology works so well - it motivates and encourages children to learn in a fun way with no forms of abuse.
Should I start Potty training before the 30-Day Challenge is finished?
No, we do not recommend it! Our approach is to give all the theory and take away any kind of fear around the toilet, and then when all of that is accomplished, and your kid is ready, you can start... we do not recomend taking away diapers before the 30 day Challenge is finished.
How Do I Get the Potty Training Activities?
The Challenge Activities show up in your inbox EVERY week
How fast will my kid be potty trained after they finish the Potty Challenge?
Everyone is completely unique and the rate at which we learn things is different. Some children take three to four weeks to work out how and when to go to the toilet while some seem to manage within a few days. Some get control over wee first, for others it will be poo. Quite often girls manage toilet training earlier than boys, but this is not always the case.
When should we start the "real physical" potty training?
Do not feel pressured to start too early. It takes longer if your child is not ready. If you believe your child is not ready, we recomend doing the challenge several times (1, 2, 3 or 4 times)... until you feel your kid is ready.
Can I start taking off the diapers while doing the challenge?
I suggest NOT starting during the challenge. Try to focus on the motivational aspect of the Challenge. This will make such a big difference when you really start!
What should I do If I've removed the diapers but my child is not making progress?
If you have started, and your child is not making progress after about four weeks, they may not be ready. Wait a few weeks or months (doing the games and activities learned in the challenge), and then trying again. There are many steps in learning to use the toilet and it takes time to put them all together.
What can I do if I am not getting the Potty Training emails?
Please make sure you have followed these steps, as emails cannot be individually re-sent:
- Registered for the 30 Days Potty Challenge
- Click on the LINK in the confirmation email that you get right after sign up.
- Add me to your contacts: firstname.lastname@example.org as a safe sender, and created a filter for emails from me to go to your email inbox. See below for specifics on each type of email.
- Reply to the Commitment Statement email.
How do I participate in the Potty Challenge?
Visit http://www.pottytrainingapp.com/30-day-potty-challenge.phpnd sign up to complete your registration form. You will get a confirmation email with embedded links to receive the weekly emails.
Can I Do the Potty Challenge anytime, or does it have to be on May 10?
We will start the challenge every month!
Will this 30 day Challenge train my kid for the Night potty training?
No, this potty training challenge is only to learn the theory. We suggest doing the 30 day challenge without any physical training.... Moreover, becoming dry at night takes longer because it is not something, unlike day-time toileting, which your child can learn to control. While children are asleep they don't have any control over when their bladder empties. It is not something they can stop by 'trying hard'. Genes are also involved in night-time bladder control, so if members of you or your partner's family wet the bed later than others, your child might too.
When should I start to remove the diapers? (real-physical Training)
Check this checklist:
- The Child is at least 18 months old? (is a must)
- Is your child in a stable and fairly predictable routine, and not experiencing a big change in his/her life or usual routine, like the arrival of a new baby, change in daycare, or family move? (required)
- Your child has "dry" periods of at least two hours or stays dry during naps? (required).
- Can the child follow simple instructions, such as "go get the toy." (required)
- MAKE SURE YOU ARE READY...(IS KEY)
- The child dislikes the feeling of wearing a wet or dirty diaper.
- He/she Exhibits interest in parents' bathroom habits. For example, he or she wants to watch you go to the toilet or wear underwear.
- Is your child having regular bowel movements at about the same time each day?
- Is he or she asking to use the potty?
- Is your child trying to imitate what other children or family members are doing, especially using the potty?