A potty chart is a little storage box of items that are crucial to creating a toilet training regime for your toddler. These things will help your toddler to remember every day how they are supposed to use the toilet and keep them focused on the long term and the short term.
It is advised that you start teaching your toddler how to go potty when they are around 6 months old. If your toddler refuses to learn how to go potty on their own it can cause some mild urinary tract infection and possibly even kidney stones. You should always make sure that your toddler has something to look forward to doing when they do go to the toilet.
Toddler-proof your home. This means that your toddler needs to be in the potty place with proper training equipment such as a potty chart so that he or she will be able to find it on their own.
This is a good idea if you have more than one toddler since they may not be able to spot the chart. Also, you need to make sure that your toddler is completely comfortable with the set up and has no accidents. This way, they will want to use the potty ever time.
If you don’t already have a toddler potty chart, it is a good idea to get one now so that you will have one handy when your toddler decides to show off.
It is best to invest in a high quality model because it is the best way to ensure that your toddler will remember to use the potty and also that they won’t misplace it. Your toddler may never remember how to use the potty at first but it is always better to be safe than sorry.
By having a simple yet effective set up, you are guaranteeing that your toddler will never forget how to use the potty and they will never accidentally pee on themselves or in public places.