Peejamas Potty Training Chart

Why do potty training charts work? Tracking your child's potty training success with a visual chart can produce exceptional results...
Why do potty training charts work? Tracking your child's potty training success with a visual chart can produce exceptional results in helping train your child. Offering your child(ren) an interactive, visual reminder like that of a potty training chart gives a child something to look forward to, mark up with stickers or crayons, and discuss their progress with you (bonus!).  Join our resident mascot, Penelopee, on her journey to potty training success! To Download our FREE Peejamas potty training chart, simply right click the...
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Teaching your son to pee standing up!

Your son is potty trained and you trained him sitting down (which is how I recommend to start off), but...
Your son is potty trained and you trained him sitting down (which is how I recommend to start off), but now you think you might be ready to help your son transition to standing. Where do you start?  Questions to Consider... First, how do you know if your son is ready to pee standing up? For starters, how independent is he? Can he reach the toilet standing without a step stool? (I say without a step stool because most toddlers...
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Potty Training Your Girl!

If you saw our blog post on potty training boys, you’ll already know that there are a few differences when it comes...
If you saw our blog post on potty training boys, you’ll already know that there are a few differences when it comes to potty training a boy versus a girl. We’ve discussed boys, so now, what about girls?   1. It starts with the same initial steps Determine your child’s readiness, plan and prepare ahead, make sure you have all of the supplies you need, prep your child (and yourself) ahead of time for what is to come.   2. Make sure your...
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The Ultimate Guide to Bedwetting Mattress Pads (Our ...

Daytime potty training is an enormous hurdle, but once you clear it, you’ll have to take on the nights. Some...
Daytime potty training is an enormous hurdle, but once you clear it, you’ll have to take on the nights. Some kids night train easily, but others may take months or even years to master the habit. In the meantime, you’ll be faced with nighttime messes that can soak the mattress and the task of changing wet sheets when you’d much rather be sleeping. To make your job easier, there are some excellent products that act as a barrier between your...
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Is Your Child Dry All Day But Pees At Night?

Has your child nailed daytime potty training but is struggling at night? Watch for the signs to know when you can take the next steps toward ditching diapers!
Maybe you've noticed that your child manages to stay dry all day only to discover that they frequently (or always) pee at night. Have no fear - this is extremely normal.  But Why? This ultimately goes back to the pathways between your child's brain and their bladder being in sync. As each child is unique, sometimes those pathways simply take a little longer to develop. As Child Psychologist Dr. Heather Wittenberg teaches, this is most frequently genetic and is not the fault...
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Potty Training Your BOY

Is potty training a boy harder than a girl? Indeed, boys tend to potty trainer a little later and slower than girls but there are tactics to help! Check out our three must-do's to help potty train your boy.
You’ve determined your child’s readiness, done your homework, gathered your supplies (like ordering our favorite set of peejamas!), prepared an arsenal of rewards or incentives - not to mention some chocolate and caffeine for yourself -- and have now fully committed yourself to the task at hand. You've talked it up with your child over and over and over again, and NOW  you are ready to tackle potty training!  Or, are you? For the most part, potty training a girl and...
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5 Simple New Year’s Resolution for Becoming a Better...

Now that 2020 is here, you might be formulating some New Year’s resolutions to help you be the best you...
Now that 2020 is here, you might be formulating some New Year’s resolutions to help you be the best you can be in the coming year. According to Statista, the most common New Year’s resolutions are as follows: Eat healthier Get more exercise Save more money (Pixabay / Pexels) While these are all important, we think resolutions regarding family relationships should top the list, too. If you’re like us and believe parenting is one of the most significant jobs out there,...
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Potty Training Your Toddler and Sleeping.. Can They ...

Just as any other milestone can affect sleep, so can potty training. 🚽⁠⁠Learning to use the potty is a huge...
Just as any other milestone can affect sleep, so can potty training. 🚽⁠⁠Learning to use the potty is a huge new skill for a toddler and often results in more frequent wake-ups. ⁠ These wake ups are due to your toddler's new awareness of his body telling him he needs to use the potty. Your toddler might also start realizing he does not like the feel of a wet or dirty diaper, and he will wake up to be changed....
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Ultimate Guide to Free Potty Training Charts for 2020

So it's time to potty train your child. Take a deep breath and have a little fun with it. After...
So it's time to potty train your child. Take a deep breath and have a little fun with it. After all, there are some great resources to make the process a celebration of learning a new skill rather than an overwhelming obstacle on the way to a diaper-free life. In this article, we'll share some of our favorite potty training charts as well as reward certificates and reward jar labels—just a few of the things that can get your child...
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Potty Training Customs Around the World

If you have done much international travel or have acquaintances from different countries, you know that we all have our...
If you have done much international travel or have acquaintances from different countries, you know that we all have our own take on familiar practices. You might reprimand your child for slurping their cereal too loudly, but in Japan, it’s considered totally acceptable—even favorable—to slurp up your noodles as a sign that you enjoy them. Your kids may tuck their teeth under the pillow for the Tooth Fairy to take in exchange for money, but kids in Greece throw them...
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Are boys or girls more challenging to potty train?

You may have heard talk of one gender or another taking longer to master the art of potty training. Or...
You may have heard talk of one gender or another taking longer to master the art of potty training. Or perhaps you have experienced a gender-related discrepancy based on your experiences training your own children. So does gender really figure into potty training? We crowdsourced that question to find out. Read on to learn more. Leslie Kiel Leslie Kiel writes for Insurantly.com. She is the mother of three, was a nanny for several years, and once hosted “Potty Training Boot...
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9 Gift-giving Tips for a More Meaningful Christmas f...

With Christmas merchandise popping up in stores as early as Labor Day, Christmas has likely been on your mind for...
With Christmas merchandise popping up in stores as early as Labor Day, Christmas has likely been on your mind for a while already. And if you’re anything like me, you’re getting a pit in your stomach as you contemplate all of the shopping madness ahead. While gifts are an exciting complement to the season, we’ve all seen them get out of hand. If you have children, it’s good to start early establishing healthy traditions for gift giving. This can protect...
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