What is your child’s potty personality?
Our brief assessment will help you determine what kind of Potty Partner you have and provide a personalized lesson plan on how to achieve potty training success together based on the results.
Potty? What potty? It’s even easier for your Bear Cub to get wrapped up in fun and forget about going to the potty when she’s away from home. While your Bear Cub is pretty adaptable and won’t be bothered by new situations, she will need reminders to help get to the potty on time. Here’s how you can help.
Involve your Bear Cub in the prep for your excursion. “When we go to Grandma’s (the store, restaurant, shopping center, etc.), we need to have some potty parties. Let’s pack the bag together! Which Disney characters would you like to invite to join our potty party? Should we bring our book?”
The world is so full of interesting things that your Bear Cub may need some help remembering to stop and have a potty party now and again.
For Longer Trips
When you’re on longer trips, give your child the option to wear Pull-Ups® even if he’s regularly in underpants. A child who is sometimes in underwear but who will be going on a long trip will probably do best wearing Pull-Ups. Explain by saying, “Things are going to be different today and sometimes we won’t be able to get to a potty fast enough.” However, a child who regularly wears undies might feel insulted by having to wear Pull-Ups again. For these children, you might bring some Pull-Ups along and have them handy just in case they’re needed during the trip.