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Toilet Training in a Day

August 6th, 2015 | By: Nancy Ripton
Toilet training doesn't have to take weeks or even months. Try this empowering method for toilet training in a day.
Toilet Training in a Day

Some parents take weeks or even months trying to toilet train their child, but according to Wendy Sweeney, creator of Booty Camp toilet training in a day is possible.

Has Your Child’s Bed-wetting Gone on for Too Long?

January 20th, 2015 | By: Dr. Jeremy Friedman
Learn why children wet the bed and at what age parents should be concerned.
Has Your Child’s Bed-wetting Gone on for Too Long?

Bed-wetting, also known as enuresis, happens in about 40 percent of three-year-olds and 20 percent of five-year-olds. It is more likely to happen in boys and tends to run in families. If you were a bed-wetter, your child has a 45 percent chance of following in your wet footsteps. If both parents were bed-wetters the chance goes up to 77 percent!

Trouble Toilet Training?

December 9th, 2014 | By: Elizabeth Pantley
What to do when your child won’t poop on the potty.
Trouble Toilet Training?

One of the most common and frustrating toilet training roadblocks is when a child willingly pees on the potty but demands a diaper, or uses his pants, for bowel movements. Some children will actually hold their bowel movements and create severe constipation, which further complicates the issue.

Baby Constipation

November 3rd, 2014 | By: Dr. Jeremy Friedman
Find out what’s causing your child’s constipation and how to deal with the symptoms and help him feel good again.
Baby Constipation

Constipation is one of the most common and challenging problems of childhood. It refers to a pattern of infrequent bowel motions associated with hard stools, straining and discomfort. There is a wide variation in the frequency with which children pass stools. Some babies and children will go three times daily, while others will have a bowel movement every three days. Both patterns may be normal. It is not so much the frequency of stools that makes the diagnosis of constipation, but rather the associated symptoms of pain, hard stools and straining. 

Stop Diaper Changing Battles

June 13th, 2014 | By: Elizabeth Pantley
Why a simple change can turn an angry, squirmy baby into a happy one during diaper change time.
Stop Diaper Changing Battles

Babies are little bundles of energy. Most simply don’t want to lie still to have their diapers changed. They cry, fuss or even crawl away. A simple diaper change can turn into an epic tug-of-war between parent and baby. Here’s how to make your baby’s diaper changes go more smoothly:

Best Tips For Potty Training

October 13th, 2012 | By: Sydney Loney
Is your child ready to toilet train? Here's what you need to know.
Best Tips For Potty Training

Going from diapers to totally trained can take your toddler anywhere from three to six months or longer. Here are some of the best tips for potty training from one of Canada's leading parenting experts.