potty training... is Juwita ready?

actually, i'm quite impress with some moms blogger who is able to put their child in potty training. iIf i'm not mistaken, tumitu start potty training her son since he 1 year++ (same age with juwita now) Now, her son is almost diapers free (her son is using cloth diapers)

Its sound easy to do, but its require a lot of patience, determination, consistent, more time and hard work from mom! i want to start (or try to start) potty training my lovely Juwita...

1st thing 1st...
like most 1st time mom here, i'll be wondering how to and when to start potty training?
so, i love to share to you all some of my research. The A B C of potty training

So now,

is my baby ready yet?

this is what i got from baby center about A -- Assess your child's readiness

It probably seems like just yesterday that you
changed your baby's first nappy, but before you know it, she'll be ready to start potty training. While there's no magic age at which a child is ready to start using the potty, most toddlers will develop the necessary physical and cognitive skills between 18 and 24 months of age (though some aren't ready to start until they're as old as four). Use the checklist below to keep track of your toddler's progress toward readiness.

You don't have to wait until you've checked off every item to start training; rather, look for a general trend toward independence and an understanding of what it means to go to the bathroom like a grown-up.

Your child may be ready to start potty training if she:

• Has regular, soft, formed bowel movements

• Can pull her pants up and down

• Imitates others' bathroom habits (likes to watch you go to the bathroom, wants to wear underwear, and so on)

• Makes a physical demonstration when she's having a bowel movement (such as grunting, squatting or telling you)

• Has words for stool and urine

• Can follow simple instructions (such as "Give me the toy.")

• Understands the physical signals that mean she has to go and can tell you before it happens

• Dislikes the feeling of being in a dirty nappy

• Has "dry" periods of at least three or four hours (this shows her bladder muscles are developed enough to hold her urine in and store it)

• Isn't negative about everything

• Understands the value of putting things where they belong

• Demonstrates a desire for independence

• Can walk and sit down

mmm... i think she's almost ready la... xpe2... tunggu lagi 1 bulan.. sampai dia genab 18 bulan i will start her potty training officially! hahahaa!

uh... now i have to find the potty seat. another reason to go shopping! haha... woman always have reason to shop

last time i surveyed, it quite difficult to find 1 that fit her montot, becoz she's quite small.. tu tak kira certain design yg dia x mo cuba langsung! sungguh! anak dara ni kuat memilih!


Kaseh said…
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Andai jemari tak sempat berjabat, andai raga tak dapat bertatap, seiring bedug yang menggema, seruan takbir yang berkumandang, kuhulurkan salam menyambut hari raya Aidil fitri, jika ada kata serta khilafku membekas lara, mohon maaf Zahir dan batin..

adex-aieda said…
goot to trylah...
tp..mmg kene ada byk kesabaran..
kalau awak dah ready..apa salahnyer kan...

salam aidilfitri...maaf zahir & batin..
kalau free..dtglah raya umah...

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