5 Potty Training Reward Ideas

Whether it’s meeting a sale’s goal at work for a monetary bonus, or winning a soccer game and earning a pizza party, incentives feel good! Why should potty training be any different? In this article, we highlight five potty training reward ideas to make potty training fun, rewarding and successful.

Young or old, we can all appreciate the spark of excitement and anticipation knowing we’re about to be rewarded for meeting a goal or succeeding at a challenge. Whether it’s meeting a sale’s goal at work for a monetary bonus, or winning a soccer game and earning a pizza party, incentives feel good! Why should potty training be any different? In this article, we highlight five potty training reward ideas you can use to make potty training fun, rewarding and...
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Tips to Control Bedwetting in Children

There you are: Sleeping. Peaceful. Dreaming of sugarplum fairies and vast meadows filled with fluffy sheep. You’ve earned this restful,...
There you are: Sleeping. Peaceful. Dreaming of sugarplum fairies and vast meadows filled with fluffy sheep. You’ve earned this restful, uninterrupted sleep after yesterday’s day, and by golly, you’re going to enjoy the rejuvenating power of – *whispers* “Mama, I wet the bed…” You feel hot air on your face and slowly crack a lid to see one huge pair of eyes inches away from yours. 1:47 am. You take a deep breath and try to squash down the tiredness...
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Why Choose Organic Cloth Diapers?

There is a lot of debate amongst parents about whether to use cloth or disposable diapers. There are pros and...
There is a lot of debate amongst parents about whether to use cloth or disposable diapers. There are pros and cons to each method, so you will need to decide which works best with your lifestyle. We’re not here today to convince you one way or another but to let you know some of the advantages of organic cloth diapers. (Pixabay / PublicDomainPictures) What is the benefit of cloth diapers in general? Most parents that use cloth diapers find that they...
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5 Tips for Managing Parenting Stress

Children are tough work and it’s easy to get overwhelmed, sad, angry or feel defeated. So, what can you do about this? Extreme stress for new parents is not sustainable! Luckily, there are many ways to manage these overwhelming feelings and strains. In this article, you'll discover 5 tips for managing parenting stress.

For as far back as we can remember as kids, most of us are (painfully) aware of how much stress we caused our parents. From temper tantrums, talking back and getting into things we’re not supposed to, the list is neverending. So now as new parents, on the surface we understand some of the challenges we’ll face with our children as they grow up, but oftentimes, new parents are blindsided with the challenges that infants and toddlers can impose. Children...
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Travelling Tips for Parents with a Bedwetter

Bedwetting is one of those things that is incredibly frustrating because you can’t necessarily prevent it, and you can’t even...
Bedwetting is one of those things that is incredibly frustrating because you can’t necessarily prevent it, and you can’t even get mad when it happens. Within the walls of your own home, you have certain routines that you follow when an accident happens, but all of that goes out the window when you’re on the road. *cue Willie Nelson* “On the road again! Doo doo doo doodoo doo!” (Pixabay / Pexels) You might be surprised to learn that, while most kids...
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What are the do's and don'ts of potty training?

If you’re like 99.99% of parents, you’ve wished at times your child came with a manual. What works for one...
If you’re like 99.99% of parents, you’ve wished at times your child came with a manual. What works for one child may not work for the next, and that leaves us to rely on experience—either our own or others’. If you’re embarking on the (sometimes stressful) task of potty training, we’re bringing you experiences and insights from a panel of professionals. Read on to learn about what has worked for them and what hasn’t. Not every piece of advice will...
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A Brief History of Potty Training

Since people have been having babies, parents have been trying to figure out a way to deal with the waste...
Since people have been having babies, parents have been trying to figure out a way to deal with the waste that the babies produce. As people have grown and developed their understanding of the human experience, the pendulum has swung back and forth several times on the “right” way to potty train. (Pixabay / huncoder) In today’s article, we’re going to look back at some of those historical ideas, practices and movements. In the process, you can see what did and...
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Diapering Developments Throughout History

For as long as there have been people, there has been the need to clean up after babies and toddlers...
For as long as there have been people, there has been the need to clean up after babies and toddlers after they go about their, uh, business. While it’s relatively easy to keep your baby’s bum clean and dry in today’s world, it hasn’t always been that way. Diapering has evolved for the better over the last few thousand years of people caring for children. If you’re interested in a little diaper history (and want to feel profoundly grateful for...
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Should You Use Training Pants for Your Kids? Why and...

So, you’re about to take the plunge and dive right into the world of potty training. We salute you! You...
So, you’re about to take the plunge and dive right into the world of potty training. We salute you! You may be on your first kid, you may be on your seventh, and if you’re looking at this blog, it means you’re looking for some new ideas and techniques.  There are a lot of different methods for getting your toddler to use the potty – elimination communication, going au naturale, using pull-ups, sticking-him-on-the-potty-chair-with-seventeen-cups-of-juice-in-a-row, waterproof diaper covers, or skipping straight to...
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Potty Training for Kids with Special Needs (Part 2)

Last time we posted, we gave you a bunch of different ideas for how to adapt your potty training experience...
Last time we posted, we gave you a bunch of different ideas for how to adapt your potty training experience to help accommodate your child’s disability. This week, we are going to cover how to start the training process and give you some extra tools that might help make things a little easier. (Pixabay / Seaq68) What to Do There isn’t a one-size-fits-all solution for every child, but there are some things that can help keep your potty training experience a...
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What Are The Most Common Reasons Children Wet The Bed?

If you’re so sick of washing soiled sheets you could scream, this article is for you. Some kids seem to...
If you’re so sick of washing soiled sheets you could scream, this article is for you. Some kids seem to nighttime potty train with great ease—but others take several years to master this skill. If your child is in the latter category, you may look around wondering why everyone else’s child is night-trained and what could possibly be wrong with yours. The truth is, bedwetting is common, and the reasons can be quite predictable. Read on to learn about contributing...
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Potty Training for Kids with Special Needs (Part 1)

Potty training can be a challenge on the best of days. I mean, think about it: you are intentionally trying...
Potty training can be a challenge on the best of days. I mean, think about it: you are intentionally trying to break a child’s lifelong habit of doing his business wherever he pleases! Going with the flow (and, no, that’s not a metaphor) is something that he has done multiple times a day literally every single day of his life, so breaking that habit can be tough to get right. (Pixabay / StockSnap) When your child has a disability, being toilet...
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