Signs of Potty-Training Readiness

Potty training is an one of those milestones in your child’s life. We want our children to move from nappies to potties quickly, but not at the expense of their happiness. So when do we exactly need to train them?

Your neighbor boasts that her little genius was diaper-free before his second birthday. Your niece, on the other hand, refused to perch on the potty till preschool. Which is the right time frame for potty training? In a nutshell: Neither and both. As with other developmental milestones, kids are programmed with one-of-a-kind schedules — and it’s crucial to let your child set the pace for when to start potty training.

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If your tot’s not ready for potty training, even the best toilet tactics are sure to fall flat. So wait until you see these surefire signals:

POTTY-TRAINING READINESS SIGN: YOU’RE CHANGING FEWER WET DIAPERS.

Until the age of about 20 months, kids pee so frequently that expecting them to control their bladders is probably unrealistic. But a toddler who stays dry for an hour or two at a stretch — and occasionally awakes without wetness — is physically ready for potty training.

Read more: https://www.whattoexpect.com/toddler/potty-training/signs-of-readiness.aspx

 

Life Hacks for Parents of Twins

 Parenting twins provides twice the joy and fun but also, twice the challenge. So if you are suffering from from lack of sleep due to your twins then it’s to learn these life hacks of handling your twins.

1. Hacks for Managing Twins or Multiples

Taking care of twins or multiples can be challenging, demanding, tricky and overwhelming. Parents will try anything to make like a little bit easier, and they are very adept at developing solutions, strategies and shortcuts that accomplish that goal. These twins tips can help parents meet the challenges with great success.

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2. Set Up Multiple Diaper Changing Stations

Set up multiple diaper-changing stations around the house so that you have supplies ready for a diaper change without having to lug the babies to a certain spot. Make a “diaper kit” for each main room in the house by assembling a changing pad, stack of diapers, container of wipes and any lotions or powder that you use regularly. Store it all in a plastic container so that it is always handy. Pee pads for pets are a genius option for a changing pad – use them as a disposable pad, or use for extra protection under a traditional changing pad.)

3. Use a Wagon for Hauling Twins

One of the hardest things about managing with toddler twins is moving them from place to place. It’s difficult to keep them corralled; they have a tendency to take off in opposite directions. One fun and easy way to move them around is by using a wagon with two seats. I like the Step 2 Wagon for Two for twins. With two seats, high sides and a comfortable handle pull, it is a great product.

Read more: https://www.verywell.com/twins-tips-hacks-for-parents-of-twins-2447512