Potty Training Resistance
We have tried absolutely everything to get our 3-year-old potty trained. Stickers, charts, dancing and singing, candy, rewards and encouragement don't help. She simply refuses to go in the potty. I am out of ideas! Please help!
Kids love parties. So why not What about throwing a potty party? In toddler speak, a party means a fun. For a two- or three-year-old it doesn't get much better than that! In mom-speak, a party can mean a fun way to motivate your child to learn a new behavior-in this case using the toilet.
A potty party involves spending an entire day really focusing on potty training. Decorate the bathroom! Make a cake! Load your child up with rewards and encouragement! Spend the entire day talking about the potty. Your daughter will love it, and what's more, it's a motivating an relaxing way to potty train your child. If you want more information on potty parties, check out my Potty Training Boot Camp Challenge on Potty Parties. Bottoms Up!