You’ve got the first word and the first step, but now your child is getting to the age where you need to start thinking less on when you’ll have to change the next diaper and more on when your child will need to use the bathroom by themselves. It’s a scary time, but there are many resources parents can utilize to find the best way to potty train their child.
There are five books that have set themselves above the rest in teaching parents how to potty train their child: Oh Crap! Potty Training by Jamie Glowack, Potty Training in Three Days, Stress-Free Potty Training by Brandi Bucks.
A Common Sense Guide to Finding the Right Approach for Your Child by Sara Au and Peer L. Stravinoha, Potty by Leslie Patricelli, and Uh Oh! Gotta Go! Potty Tales from Toddlers by Bob McGrath.
Oh! Crap Potty Training features a six-step program with a three-day intensive program that will help train the child. Potty Training in Three Days provides step-by-step plans from a former nanny to prepare a child to use the bathroom in three days. Stress-Free Potty Training helps parents train their child to use the bathroom by offering a guide that works around their child’s needs and ability to learn.
Potty gives parents a child’s perspective on learning to use the bathroom so parents can see how a child would learn. Lastly, A Common Sense Guide to Finding the Right Approach for Your Child uses stories and illustrations to guide parents on ways to potty train their child.