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9 Reasons To Hate Potty Training ( Potty Problems)

Reasons to Hate Potty trainining
Reasons to Hate Potty training

Nine Reasons to Hate Potty Training (PottyProblems)

So, it’s time to start potty training your kid – a very important process, and one which can bring great joy (especially as the number of diapers you have to change reduces!) – but which, let’s face it, can also be a bit frustrating. 

To show you that you’re not alone in this frustration, we’ve put together a list of thirteen reasons to hate potty training.  See if you can relate!

1. Potty training is:  Messy

Like it or not, when you’re teaching something like potty training, it’s not going to be neat, or even clean.  There will be mess – on you, on your child, and in a lot of places you’d never even thought of! Take a deep breath, hold your nose, and know it won’t last forever. 

2. Your laundry Pile Will Grow

It’s not just your kid who will get messy – you’ll have a lot more laundry to do than you’ve ever done before.  So be sure to stock up on laundry soap!

3. Your Patience Levels Will Be Tested during Potty Training

Like it or not, potty training takes patience – a LOT of patience.  You will repeat the same thing over and over again, until you’re sick of the sound of your own voice.  Hold on tight – it will be over soon!

4. Outings Are Way More Stressful while potty training

Planning for an outing with a toddler (or two!) is stressful enough – and then you start potty training. 

It doesn’t matter how many times you ask “Do you need to go potty?” before ou leave to go to the store.  As soon as you get far enough away form the house, a little voice will say “Mommy… I need to go potty”.  You will run faster than you’ve ever run in your life to get to that potty… and you won’t always make it.

5. You’ll Know Way Too Much About Your Kid’s Bathroom Habits

It’s like having a newborn again – except one who can walk and answer back.  You’ll be aware of EXACTLY when your child last used the potty, how much they’ve had to drink, etc. etc. again, be assured it won’t last forever!

6. Potty Training Will Become a game…

…but not always the game you were planning on playing! It’s really important that kids enjoy potty training, so games an be great – but sometimes your kid has different games in mind.  Some examples are:

  • -The chasing your child with the potty game;
  • -hide-and-seek – the kind where you look for your kid to find out where they’ve had an accident;
  • These are just a couple of examples – you never know what games your kid will invent!

7. ‘in the potty’ doesn’t always actually mean *in* The Potty

Despite your best intentions, especially at the beginning of the process, the ‘in’ the potty part won’t always register with your kid.  You can be sure he’ll go IN somewhere – it just might be in a flowerpot, in the garden… the possibilities are endless!

8. It’s Hard Not To Compare

No matter how hard you try, it’s very hard not to compare your kid’s progress to your friends’ kids – especially when everyone seems to share their progress (or lack of it!) on social media.  Sometimes you can’t help feel a little disheartened if your sister’s kid is potty training in a flash, and your kid is struggling – but try not to compare!

9. Potty Training  Can Be Embarrassing

Kids can be embarrassing no matter what – but potty training takes it to a whole new level.

Kids will always choose somewhere quiet – like a library, or a church – to shout from the rooftops that they need to go potty.  And that’s just one example – prepare to blush!

10. You’ll Spend A Lot of Time At Home

At the beginning of the potty training process especially, you might find it easier to stay at home more – but this can lead to serious parental cabin fever!

11. Everyone Has An Opinion

We all appreciate a bit of help and advice when we’re navigating those trick toddler years – but when it comes to potty training, everyone seems to have an opinion on it. 

From your great-aunt (who hever had any kids) to your neighbour (who had three sets of twins and had them potty trained in a day) – everyone wants to tell you how they dod it.  While they mean well, sometimes you just have to politely ignore the advice and do it your way. 

12. Accidents Will Happen…

…long after the process is over.  Just when you think you’ve cracked it – you’ll have a toddler with pee running down their leg, again.  Remember how we said you need a lot of patience? Well, you’ll need it for a while.  Try to remember that accidents can happen for a lot of reasons, so don’t be hard on yourself.    

13. You’ll Celebrate Poop

Yes, you did read that right – you’ll actually want to do a happy dance when your child poops in the potty.  Hey, there are worse reasons to dance – so go for it!!

5 Top Potty Training Books (Best Potty training Books)

Top 5 Potty Training Books

Those of you who aren’t currently potty training a child might not look upon this list with the same glee as the parents of a three-year-old boy who refuses to pee anywhere except in his diaper or off the back deck. Um, not that I’ve been there… but if I HAD, I sure would have appreciated a little help to make the whole potty training process a little easier and more fun. Luckily for those of you still in that era, there are 5 BEST Potty Training Books

5 Top Potty Training Books (Best Potty training Books)
5 Top Potty Training Books (Best Potty training Books)

 

  1.  Potty Training Book: Learning with the animals

    Captura de pantalla 2016-07-06 a las 10.12.58A new toddler title charts a crucial achievement. There comes a point in a toddler’s life when going in one’s diaper is only one possible option, and the question must be raised: “Should I go in my potty?”With pitch-perfect humor and pacing, Potty Training Book follows the inner dialogue (sure to have little ones shouting responses) and hilarious actions of everyone’s favorite Baby, winding up with an over-the-top look of surprise and delight that will have both parents and offspring laughing out loud—”We did it!”

    Camila Echavarria —potty-training expert, author of the popular App, Potty training Learning with the Animals —shares her proven story to help you toilet train your preschooler quickly and successfully.Potty Training Books

2. Potty Training Coloring Book

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From the same artist and original publisher who brought you POTTY TRAINING LEARNING WITH THE ANIMALS (international bestsellers AND award winners), comes an exciting new coloring format! Children will learn So Much Faster to Potty Train with this Book! Award winning App now on Book! App won: ***Gold Award: Mom´s Choice – best in family-friendly media *** Finalist Mobile Premier Awards 2015 Barcelona MPA2015 *** “Winner: AppCircus Bog Best App”, *** Winner: Best App-Columbiatic A new toddler title charts a crucial achievement.

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3. Where´s the Poop

This engaging lift-the-flap book shows children that all creatures have a place to poop: tigers in the jungle, kangaroos in the outback, and monkeys in the rain forest.

With the aid of this playful book, your child will see that he or she has a place to poop, too. While reinforcing the concept of toilet training, Where’s the Poop? gives children the confidence they need. This engaging lift-the-flap book shows children that all creatures have a place to poop: tigers in the jungle, kangaroos in the outback, and monkeys in the rain forest.

4. Big Girl Panties

Big Girl Panties! features a light, positive approach to motivate toddlers to become toilet trained. What could be more rewarding for a little girl than wearing big girl panties, just like mommy? Adult caregivers and toddlers alike will love the snappy, rhyming text and colorful, hip illustrations. Valeria Petrone’s stylized artwork ensures that this commercial yet heartwarming book will have a special place on little girls’ favorite bookshelves. Soon they’ll all be saying, “Bye, bye diapers!”

5. The potty Book

Every little girl’s graduation from diapers to the potty is always a very important moment–and one to make both parents and toddlers proud! In The Potty Book, Hannah needs to have her diapers changed so she can go out and play. Then mom and dad bring home a big box, and Hannah is anxious to open it up and see what’s inside. Is it a rocking chair? A bed for Teddy? No, it’s a potty–which means that it’s time for Hannah to graduate from her diapers. This gentle and humorous little story is charmingly illustrated and told in verse. Little girls will enjoy looking at the pictures and having the story read to them. Meanwhile, they’ll start getting the idea that it’s time for them to grow up, exactly like Hannah. So that at last, they’ll be able to say–“I’m off the potty!”

 

Potty training help! My three-year-old soils her pants every day! What do I do?

A user of our  potty training app, was worried and frustrated because her three year old soils her pants every day, so we’ve put together some tips to help her and here they are:

#1 Catch Them In The Act

 toilet-training-poop-signs Kids usually show signs when they’re about to poop – they might make funny faces, tense their stomach muscles, or go away and hide.  Keep your eyes open for the signs, and then jump into action! Click here to  join the 30 day potty training challenge 

  This one takes a bit of timing, and a lot of patience: as soon as you see the signs, get your child to the potty/toilet as quickly as you can (you might need to lift them up and run!), and put them on the toilet seat. 

  Then, when they ‘poop on the toilet’, praise them like crazy! Make a big deal about how much better they must feel, not having that horrible feeling in their pants.  Click here to conveniently get potty training app.

  As we said, this takes patience and quick thinking, but it really gets the message across. 

#2 EXPLAIN THE PROCESS

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  Sometimes, kids find it easier to grasp the concept of peeing on the potty, but struggle more with the concept of pooping, for whatever reason. 

  So, when they’ve soiled their pants, keep calm (I know it’s hard!), and take the poop to the toilet or potty.  Then empty the poop into the toilet, and flush it away. 

  Make sure to celebrate the poop going ‘in the right place’, and talk to your child about how much better it feels to not have poop sitting in his/her pants. 

#3 GIVE THEM PRIVACY

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  Sometimes, kids are more conscious about pooping in front of other people than they are about peeing.  If you notice that your child always goes somewhere private, like their bedroom closet, to poop, then they could be a bit embarrassed. 

  So, give them a bit of privacy – if the potty is in the living-room, you could move it to another room, and close over the door (you can still peek in to make sure the process is happening as it should be!).  Or let them alone in the bathroom, and again peek through the door if you need to.  Kids need privacy too!

#5 Show Them How It’s Done

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poop in the toilet with potty song

This sort of follows on from the idea of explaining the process, but it’s a little more hands-on.

  When you need to go, bring your child into the bathroom, and when you’ve pooped, make a big deal about how much better you feel, and how it would be ‘yucky’ if that was in your pants.  You could even encourage them to try after you. 

  The whole idea here is that they’l follow your example – as their parent, you’re the most important person in their world, so they’ll generally want to do what you do. 

#6 DON’T GIVE TOO MUCH ATTENTION

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relax and poop in the toilet

  

This is a tricky one, because our instinct is to either get annoyed with our child when they poop in their pants, or to rush to comfort them.  However, sometimes this can be counter-productive – because kids love attention, and don’t always get the difference between good attention and negative attention.

  So, be very calm, clean up after your child, and then move on, while gently explaining that we do our poop in the toilet/potty. 

#7 WATCH OUT FOR PATTERNS

Potty training Night success
Potty training Night success

    Sometimes, you might notice that your child poops at certain times every day, or after certain events.  So, use this to your advantage. 

  For example, does he or she poop shortly after eating? Or after they’ve been running around playing? If you can find these patterns, then you can get them on the toilet/potty before the event, and keep them there (gently of course), until the deed is done.  This requires patience, persistence… and did we mention patience? However, the results are worth it!

#8 MONKEY SEE, MONKEY DO

 

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get-potty-training-poop

This is a bit like the tip where you show them how it’s done, but instead of you doing it, get a slightly older friend/cousin to help. 

  Kids are natural copycats, so copying their friends and doing what they can do can be hugely motivational for them.

We really hope these tips will help you get over this issue – good luck!   

Toilet Poop – 7 tips: if toddler won´t poop in toilet

7 tips if toddler wont poop in toilet
7 tips if toddler wont poop in toilet

When I started the potty training app, a worried mom asked me how to make her kids poop in the toilet. In this post, I will answer that question for you.

The Story of the toddler that didn´t want to poop in the toilet…

“My daughter is almost 4, and is at daycare.  She will pee on the potty/toilet no problem at all, but she WILL NOT poop! The only way she’ll poop is if I put a diaper on her (she actually asks for a diaper when she needs to poop, so she is aware of when she needs to go).  She also won’t poop unless she’s at home, which means she’s holding it in for long periods of time while she’s at daycare – this can’t be good for her! If you have any ideas to help her (and me!) to get past this issue, I’d be really grateful. 

This Mom was clearly in a very frustrating situation – so we put together some tips that helped her and her kid to get over this bump.  We hope they’ll be as helpful for you!

TIP #1: Make It Fun – to Poop in the toilet!

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Tip #1: Make toilet training and pooping fun!

It’s possible that this has become a bit of a ‘battle’ between you and your child, so instead, change your attitude.  Instead of making it a chore, make it a game!  For example, you could get your child to take their favorite toy with them to the potty/toilet, and then have the toy ‘go’ first… you could even stick something like toilet paper to the toy’s bottom, so it will ‘poop’.  Then make a huge fuss of the top (yes, you will feel silly!), and encourage your child to copy what the toy did.  It’s amazing how attached your child can be to these toys, so this can be just the thing to get them going!

TIP #2: Go shopping for a Toilet Seat

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toilet-poop

Take a trip to the store, and let your child choose their own toilet seat.  There are loads of choices out there now, and your child will be much more excited if they feel ‘involved’ in the process of choosing.  Make a big deal out of how ‘grown-up’ they are, choosing for themselves. 

If money is tight, then you could let your child choose some stickers to decorate your own toilet seat (favorite TV characters, stars, whatever makes them happy) – the idea is the same, and it’s much cheaper. 

On the same theme, you could go underwear shopping, and let your child pick their favorite pairs of pants.  Choice is a great motivator!

TIP #3: Watch Out for the Signs

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If your child insists on putting a diaper on when they need to poop, then you can still start them off ‘pooping on the potty’ almost without them realising it.  To do this, keep a close eye out for the signs that they need to poop – they might make a funny face, or tense their tummy muscles, or they may even tell you – and then, quick as you can, get the potty underneath them and whip off the diaper (this one takes a bit of quick thinking on your part).  Then show them that it wasn’t so scary, and make a fuss of them for ‘pooping on the potty’.  This one takes a good bit of timing, but it works wonders. 

TIP #4: Get Help from An older child

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get-potty-training-poop

If your child has a slightly older friend (or even one who’s the same age) who’s happy to poop on the potty/toilet, then ask him or her to show your child how it’s done.  This way, your child will be encouraged by seeing someone their own age doing something they themselves might find scary.  Remember, kids are natural copycats!

TIP #5: Be an Example to Them

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This is similar to the idea above, except you’re the one who shows your child how it’s done.  You might feel silly, but this really does help. 

Simply invite your child to join you in the bathroom when you need to go, and make a big deal about how much better you feel afterwords.  You could even sing, tap your feet, whatever makes your child smile.  After a few tries at this, suggest your child has a go too.  You could even have a race to the bathroom (you might be running a lot!). 

TIP #6: Try Distractions

This is sort of the opposite to the above approaches, but it can also be very successful.  Here, you get your child onto the toilet/potty, and then you get them interested in something else – it could be a favorite Youtube video, a game, a song… whatever gets them absorbed.  Then, as they relax, they may poop on their own.  When this happens, make sure to make a hute, huge fuss – make this the biggest deal ever!!

TIP #7: Praise and reward!

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potty-training-poop-rewards

Kids LOVE praise – especially from their parents! So, whenever your child makes even a small amount of progress, make sure you acknowledge it.  Kids naturally want to please (most of the time), so just be sure you let them know when they’ve done well.

You could also have reward charts – either ones you make yourself, or store-bought – with stars or favorite characters – and explain how it works.  So, when your child poops on the toilet (even if it happens while they’re distracted), you can add to the reward chart.  When they reach the required number of stickers, then you praise them like crazy!! You could even buy them a small treat, ir just take a walk or a trip to the park, so they feel rewarded. 

We really hope these tips will help our Mom, and all you other Moms and Dads out there.  Good luck! 

Help! 3 year Old Toilet Training, Holding poop for hours : 7 tips for poop in toilet

We got a question from a desperate, stressed Mommy  also user of the potty training app who was almost going crazy trying to potty train her son, who was holding in his poop for hours! Here is her story, and our 7 tips that helped her boy to succeed and “Poop in Toilet”.

The Story :

My son is 3, and he decided he didn’t want to wear diapers anymore. The first 2 days went as well as could be expected: a couple of accidents, sitting on the potty but no weeing or pooping on it… but then, on day 3, 4, 5, 6, and so on…he decided to hold his poop in – for up to 13 hours – before having accidents.   I had to put a pullup on him at night so he would relax and poop and pee! (the pediatrician advised me to do this so he wouldn’t get a urinary infection)

I need help… during the day, even if i put a  diaper on him, he refuses to poop… don’t know what to do! he just holds it!

Poop in Toilet - Holding poo for hours
Poop in Toilet – Holding poo for hours

We know how stressed this Mommy was,  and that’s why we decided to help her to solve her problem!! we recommended a list of tips to follow, and fortunately, she and her son managed to succeed!

Here are the tips to Poop In toilet :

1.  He is definitely ready to be trained (and make poo in loo)

 Just to re-confirm, as he is holding poop on purpose, then he is definitely ready to be toilet trained. he just seems to be a little confused about the process.

Ready to Poop in the toilet
Ready to Poop in the toilet

2.  Help him to relax in the bathroom (to poop in the toilet)

relax and poop in the toilet
relax and poop in the toilet

It seems he is scared of the potty, the toilet  etc,  so here are some ideas to help him relax:

a. when you (the parent) need to go, please  bring him into the bathroom with you, and make it into a game! be creative!!! for example.…ask him to take his favorite toy and poop in the toilet; you  take a toy as well, and play a game over the potty… use macqueen, Dusty, Barbie, My Little Pony – whatever he likes!!! Be creative!!

b. Get the potty training app ‘learning with the animals’, and invite him to play… go into the toilet with him (with his clothes/pants on), close the toilet lid, and sit with him and let him play with the app … we suggest you stay in there and talk about the story.  Applaud when he teaches the animals! Do the potty dance!! You can also ask him to flush the toilet while he is sitting on the lid, so he gets used to the flushing sound.

Poop in the toilet - learning with the animals
Poop in the toilet – learning with the animals

c. Get some cheerios (or other kind of cereal) and put one or two in the toilet.  if you are a man, and you have a son, show him how  much fun it is to hit the target!!

cheerios in the potty poop in the toilet
cheerios in the potty poop in the toilet

d. Take some food coloring, and put one or two drops in the toilet bowl.   Then you sit and  pee… and tell him to look, how the water is changing, and how much fun it is when it flushes! Show him how the water moves, and the color moves with it!!!

e. learn “the potty training song” in the app (and sing it!!) dance, and perform!! He’ll be so motivated!!

poop in the toilet with potty song
poop in the toilet with potty song

f. Make him jump over the toilet (with his clothes on) … tell him to jump when you flush the water away (this way he becomes aware of the sound, and stops being afraid of it).  Measure how far he can jump… make up different games on top of and around the toilet!

g. If he has an older cousin (3-6 years old), or an older friend who is already potty trained… ask him to show your child how it’s done ,,, this way, he or she will be very enthusiastic to show off their skills, and your child will copy them!!

h. Take him to the store, and let him choose his own toilet seat! This can help him get more excited about using the seat.

potty chair to poop in the potty
potty chair to poop in the potty

I. Turn on the faucet while he is sitting on the potty. The sound of flowing water sometimes helps kids to pee on the potty!

J. there are many other games! please help us increase this list by adding your game in the comments section!

Night Time Potty Training – Top 7 Tips and Tricks

 

Night time Potty Training
Night time Potty Training

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Night Time Potty Training
Night Time Potty Training

Are you looking to keep your child’s bed dry during the night? Here are the Top 7 Night Time potty training tips to make the process easier for you and your kid!

1. Limit Liquids Before Bed (#1 tip for Overnight Potty-Training)

Night Time drinking water
Night Time drinking water

Reduce bedtime drinks. You can even cut out drinks completely at least an hour to an hour and a half before bed! (Many parents claim that, using just this trick, their kids never had accidents!).

“We reduced bedtime drinks right down and lifted when we went to bed – never had an accident. We left a potty in the room for a long time after that and she’d use that in the night if necessary, now goes to the loo by herself. For the first week or so I got up before her and took her to the loo as soon as she woke to prevent accidents upon waking. After that she used her potty by herself upon waking (she was 19 months, so yours would probably prefer the loo!” (Nic R , Netmums)

2. Go to the potty Before going to bed (#2 tip Night-time training) 

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going potty before bed time

 

Before going to bed, get your kid into the habit of going to the potty. Make it a routine! This will help him or her to have their bladder empty! 

” around 3 was when my daughter started the routine of going to the bathroom before bed. She started sleeping in pull ups. Over the next couple months she gradually stopped wetting at night and before she was 4 she was safely in underwear at night. The routine of making sure she sits on the toilet before bed, even if she says she doesn’t have to go, may be what did it for her. ” (Kai Quing, parenting)

3.  Bring Them to the Potty During The Night (#3 tip Night-time training)

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Wake him up during mid night

Set your alarm clock to wake you in the middle of the night, and take him/her to the potty. (try this only if after the first night your child has accidents). You can do this for two or three weeks straight, then try again without waking during the night, and see what hapens.

“I still wake my daughter at night and shes 5 1/2 Shes been dry during the day since 3 but is a very heavy sleeper and won’t wake at night. If I don’t wake her she will have an accident. However recently she has been occasionally getting out of bed herself in the night so we don’t wake her then. ” (Zoe M, Netmums)

4. Get Waterproof protectors (#4 Nightime potty train)

 

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bed potty training night water proof pad

This is super important! there will be accidents, many accidents… so to make it easier for you, please put a waterproof protector on your kid’s bed. Some examples are disposable Good Nites bed mats, or Non-disposable Bed mats…

 “One tip she gave for the bed i found good – put a plastic sheet down then the normal sheet then a thick blanket (she recommend a bundle of old sheets and keep a few of them handy) . Basically if the child has an accident you can just take the blanket off and slip another on which saves having to be stripping the bed during the night . I love this as its much easier on my and my daughter. ” (Laura, Netmums)

5.  Ignore Failure (#5 overnight potty-training tip)

Bed wetting night
Bed wetting night

Accidents will happen. Please do NOT shame your kid if he or she wets the bed. Remember, this aptitude is physical and will develop with age. In case of accidents, just clean up, change clothes and continue as if nothing has happened.

6. Celebrate success (#6 tip – potty trained at night)

Potty training Night success
Potty training Night success

If your kid wakes up “clean”, please celebrate their success and let him know you are very proud of him!

“My little boy turned two on New Years eve and started expressing an interest in potty training. He was telling me when he had wee’d/pooped and started getting upset and trying to take his nappy off and wanting to sit and wee on the toilet. So I went out and bought a kiddie toilet seat and a potty. Next day we had no nappy time for the morning and he did do a wee in the potty! We celebrated did the potty dance, lots of singing and dancing up and down the hall way, then later that day he had no nappy on and crouched to pick up something and out shot a poop! He had a few loose poops due to teething and I think he thought he was just going to trump. Anyway it took us both by surprise and when I said ‘Oh!! Isaac you’ve done a poo!’ He then turned around looked in horror and burst into tears like he was terrified! I jumped towards him and cuddled him, told him it was ok and it was just an accident and that we can just clean it up. In the end I had him smiling and doing the potty dance again.” (Tami B, Netmums)

7. If there are a lot of accidents (#7 tip for Overnight Potty train)

Just tell him/her that you will need to use nappies overnight nappies while he/she learns to go through the night. use them, but continue the routine of : No liquids before bed, going to the potty before bed and waking up in the middle of the night to go potty!

 

8. Extra tip: POTTY TRAINING APP –  Helps so Much! 

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” My son has been showing signs for a few weeks so I bought him a potty and put it in the living room to help him get used to it a couple weeks ago. I had planned to do the three day potty training method over my holiday vacation but abandoned those plans this week because my son was getting his last molars. I bought this app today because I thought it’d help prep him for potty training next week. He used it for an hour and a half today. Well he just sat on the potty, said “potty”, got up and took his pants and diaper off, sat on the potty and went pee! So I gave in and have been potty training all night. He’s now used the potty four times. I think this app helped get the idea across to him about what he was supposed to do with the potty. Ios : Potty Training App Android: Potty training App

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9.  “I’m probably leaving out some information. What other tips can you provide about Night Time Potty Training?”

Potty Dance Lyrics | Potty Song Lyrics (video)

Here is a list of the best Potty Dance Songs With Lyrics!

POTTY SONG LYRICS

1.  Potty Song comes with lyrics

parents can sing and engage more with their kids during potty training 

(This Song is Part of the App: Potty Training Learning with the animals)

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Potty Song lyrics :

The potty song / I can pee and poop on the potty (2015 version)

Do The Potty Dance,
Do Do The Potty Dance.
If you can feel it then it’s time,
Go to your potty put your pants down.
Sit over and wait.
Wait Wait Wait.
Until you poo or pee, or both 
Then you’ve got to wipe it away,
with toilet paper,
and celebrate as you flush it away.
Flush Flush Flush it away.
And do the potty dance.
Goodbye poop and pee, it’s just that easy.
Do The Potty Dance, Do Do The Potty Dance.
If you can feel it then it’s time, Go to your potty put your pants down.

The Potty Song is part of the Award Winning App “Potty Training Learning with the animals“.  Help parents turn this frustrating task into an fun activity. Inculdes: Potty Song Lyrics, Potty Dance animation, Potty training game.

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2.  Potty Song comes with lyrics (Hip- Hop)

parents can sing and engage more with their kids during potty training  

(This Song is Part of the App: Potty Training Learning with the animals)

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Potty Song lyrics :

Do The Potty Dance,
Do Do The Potty Dance.
If you can feel it then it’s time,
Go to your potty put your pants down.
Sit over and wait.
Wait Wait Wait.
Until you poo or pee, or both 
Then you’ve got to wipe it away,
with toilet paper,
and celebrate as you flush it away.
Flush Flush Flush it away.
And do the potty dance.
Goodbye poop and pee, it’s just that easy.
Do The Potty Dance, Do Do The Potty Dance.
If you can feel it then it’s time, Go to your potty put your pants down.

The Potty Song is part of the Award Winning App “Potty Training Learning with the animals“.  Help parents turn this frustrating task into an fun activity. Inculdes: Potty Song Lyrics, Potty Dance animation, Potty training game.

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3.  Potty Song comes with lyrics

parents can sing and engage more with their kids during potty training  

(This Song is Part of the App: Potty Training Learning with the animals)

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Potty Song lyrics :

Big girls and big boys learn to use the toilet.
princess isa and agus need to use the potty.
princess isa and agus know what it feels like when they need to use the toilet. Do you know what it feels like when you need to use the toilet?
Should princess isa and agus poop and pee in their diapers? Oh! They don´t want to do it in their diapers. They want to be big kids now. Big kids do not wear diapers.
Should they use the potty instead?
What should isa and agus do?
What does the chicken do?
Wow! What a big, clever chicken!
What does Danny the dog do?
Oh! Well done, Danny!
Now it is Harry the horse who wants to poo. What does he do?
What does Leo the lion do?
Leo does not want to use the toilet. He is busy playing
But Leo can’t wait any longer! He must go!
princess isa and agus really need to use the toilet.
princess isa sits on the potty and waits…and waits.
princess isa sits on the big toilet and waits…nothing happens.
princess isa and isa go on waiting…
Now they are ready to play again!

The Potty Song is part of the Award Winning App “Potty Training Learning with the animals“.  Help parents turn this frustrating task into an fun activity. Inculdes: Potty Song Lyrics, Potty Dance animation, Potty training game.

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4.  Old Mac Donald Had a Potty training video – comes with lyrics 

parents can sing and engage more with their kids during potty training  

(This Song is Part of the App: Potty Training Learning with the animals)

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Potty Song lyrics :

Old MacDany had to pee,
E-I-E-I-O.
And on his house he had a potty,
E-I-E-I-O.
With a potty, potty here,
And a potty, potty there,
Here a potty, there a potty,
Everywhere a potty, potty,
Old MacDany had to pee,
E-I-E-I-O.
Old MacDany had to pee,
E-I-E-I-O.
And on his feet he had to jump
E-I-E-I-O.
With a jump, jump here,
And a jump, jump there,
Here a jump, there a jump,
Everywhere a jump, jump,
Old MacDany had to pee,
E-I-E-I-O.
Old MacDany had to pee,
E-I-E-I-O.
And on his potty he had to sit
E-I-E-I-O.
With a sit, sit here,
And a sit, sit there,
Here a sit, there a sit,
Everywhere a sit, sit,
Old MacDany had to pee,
E-I-E-I-O.
Old MacDany had to pee,
E-I-E-I-O.
And after potty he had to clean
E-I-E-I-O.
With a soap, soap here,
And a soap, soap there,
Here a soap, there a soap,
Everywhere a soap, soap,
And on his potty he had to pee
E-I-E-I-O.

The Potty Song is part of the Award Winning App “Potty Training Learning with the animals“.  Help parents turn this frustrating task into an fun activity. Inculdes: Potty Song Lyrics, Potty Dance animation, Potty training game.

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5.  The Potty Dance from Pull-Ups

Do the, Potty Dance,

Do the, Potty Dance,

Right side, Cross,

Left Side, Cross,

Step, Step, Toes, Waist, Celebrate

Right side, Cross,

Left Side, Cross,

Step, Step, Toes, Waist, Celebrate

Do the potty dance

I am a big kid now

I drive my car
Watch me play Guitar
Do the, Potty Dance,
Right side, Cross,
Left Side, Cross,
Step, Step, Toes, Waist, Celebrate
Do the, Potty Dance,
Lets shake now!
Right side, Cross,
Left Side, Cross,
Step, Step, Toes, Waist, Celebrate
Do the, Potty Dance,
Lets play the Drums,
Right side, Cross,
Left Side, Cross,
Step, Step, Toes, Waist, Celebrate

 

6.  Potty Song: I go Potty

 Well, would you look at that! 

I can pee and poop on the potty
I can pee and poop on the potty
Yes, I can pee and poop on the potty
Yes, I can! 
I can pee and poop on the potty

I wash my hands after I go potty
Yes, I wash my hands after I go potty
You got to get them clean
I wash my hands after I go potty
Use plenty of soap!
Yes, I wash my hands after I go potty

Well, look at me!

I’m a big kid now, I go to the potty
I’m a big kid now, I go to the potty
Yes, I do!
Oh, I’m a big kid now, I go to the potty
Yes, I’m a big kid now, I go to the potty
Yeah hoo!

7.  Potty Dance

Mommy I have to go potty
I want to teach you a little dance
Called the Potty dance
Dont get scared, Dont worry, dont be scared
Follow my lead,, 
Put your left hand out,
Put your right on top,
Let them drop, and do the hulu
And do the potty dance
Put your left hand out,
Put your right on top,
Let them drop, and do the hulu

And do the potty dance,
Part 2,
Knees together,
Cross legs
Shake around
Shake around
Shake around
And do the potty dance
Knees together,
Cross legs
Shake around
Shake around
Shake around
And do the potty dance… 

 

8. Potty Training: The Potty Dance Song!

Wipe, Flush, wash,Potty, Wipe, Flush,When you need potty,Show mom and dad,Sign Potty,Do the potty dance,Wipe, Flush, washPotty, Wipe, FlushWhen you need potty,Show mom and dadSign PottyWipe, flush, washPotty, Wipe, FlushGo potty till you know your throughGo potty till you know your throughWhipe, whipe, wipe, mom and dad can help youFlush and watch it disappear,Wash your hands with soapWash your hands with soap….

 

9. Potty Training: App

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 the potty song / i can pee and poop on the potty (2015 version)

 


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