Potty Training – Stop the Mess, Ultimate Potty Training Guide
“Get Rid of The Diapers Once and For
All…..And Potty Train Your Toddler!”
If It’s Time To Start The Process Of Potty Training, Don’t Spend
Hours Trying To Find The Best Advice Around. Start Right Here!
Why is potty training important?
This is an integral part of growing up, as civilized humans are required to eliminate in private and in a sanitized way. We need to explain it to them that discharging into a reserved bin, cleaning you and then washing it away are the right ways of doing it. The society calls for and it is best for your sanitation as well as keeping your self-esteem. Not to mention, it keeps the environment safe from all those disposable diapers too.
Who is it for?
There is no official age for potty training your child. Usually, parents of toddlers between the ages of 2 and 3 years prefer preparing their children for this process. Again, it must be noted that many believe boys tend to take a little longer in comparison to getting potty trained, but this is just a fad. Undoubtedly, a portable potty could be a good investment for your child in the long.
Dear Fellow Parent:
This is an exciting time in your life and your child’s life too! It’s time to start thinking about potty training. If the mere thought of it strikes fear in your heart, rest easy. You are a busy parent trying to juggle all of the responsibilities that are expected of you. How do you fit in potty training? The answer is easier than you think!
Let us start by saying that we aren’t one of those hyped up systems that promise you can train your child in an hour, a day, or any time frame at all. Every child is different, and all of these so called “foolproof” systems are not for everyone. Sure they might work sometimes, but not all the time.
There are tons of how-to books out there that will cost you a pretty penny and then you find that none of their advice works after you’ve already spent your money. I’ll address the money aspect later, but rest assured that the book I’m offering you is no sure fire anything – except for a sure fire winner.
You see, the book I have here for you, “Potty Training, Stop the Mess, The Ultimate Potty Training Guide” offers practical advice that has been tested by real life people – just like you. When you start to potty train your child, everyone you know will be ready and willing to offer up their own experiences and expect you to follow their every word.
Let Me Tell You Right Now….This Won’t Work!
It really won’t. Just because your best friend’s kid responded well to treats and rewards during potty training doesn’t mean your child will. Some kids just need praise and nice words. Others require simple attention. It’s easy to get caught up in what everyone has to say.
What this book does is take all of those tips, tricks, and advice, and puts it together in an easy-to-read manual for everyone! I won’t tell you that if you do this, it will definitely work. That’s because I don’t know if it will. But what I will do is give you a lot of the information that exists on the subject and let you make your own decision.
I’ll even give you a sneak peek into the pages of this amazing book. Many people struggle with wondering if their child is ready to start potty training. Ask yourself these questions:
Does your child:
- Tell you when his or her diaper needs changed?
- Stays dry after taking a nap?
- Understand the words “poop” and “pee”?
- Watch you or a family member use the toilet and then asks questions?
- Pull his or her pants up and down by themselves?
- Want to please you?
If any of these are true of your child, potty training should probably begin. There are many more indications that your child is ready for the toilet, but you’ll have to read the book to get all of them!
Potty training is a very personal time for both parent and child. Listening to your child and watching for those tell-tale signs that they are ready for the big potty will determine your success or failure.
This Book Will Tell You What To Look For!
But even more than that, we’ll give you advice on how to encourage your child with praise and rewards without going overboard. Kids need encouragement. Often, that means treats and prizes. Some parents will over-do this aspect of potty training – but you won’t!
“Potty Training, Stop the Mess, the Ultimate Potty Training Guide” will show you how to shower your toddler with praise and rewards without the temptation to do more than you should. It will also show you some of the best terminology around that will appeal to your toddler without inhibiting him or her to use the potty themselves.
Potty training doesn’t have to be “dirty business”. It’s actually easier than you think – when you have the right tools to use.
What I Am Offering is a Practical, Easy-To-Use Guide
Everyone has advice for you. I’m no different, but after reading this book, I realized that this is the best advice around. Look at some of the information contained inside this book:
- What videos and books can help the process
- Picking out the perfect potty chair
- Training while traveling
- What time is the “right time”
- Staying dry at night
- Altering your child’s diet for better bowel control
- Addressing physical complications that might be present
What’s even better about “Potty Training, Stop The Mess, The Ultimate Potty Training Guide” is that I’ve put in some of my own advice after successfully potty training three children with a minimum of fuss. It wasn’t easy at first, but really, the whole potty business wasn’t as bad as it could have been.
I Can Show You What Worked For Me Too!
Plus, this book takes tips and tricks from real-life people who have been through potty training. That means real advice from real people. But we want to stress that not all of this advice will work for you. The best part is that some of it will!
You Owe It To Yourself to Give This Book a Read!
Better than that, you owe it to your child. This can be an emotional time, but it doesn’t have to be. Potty training is a big step for both you and your child which is exactly why this book can help you more than you ever know!
Need a little more information? No problem! This book also tells you about:
- Training a special needs child
- Potty training multiples
- Ways to help boys adjust to the potty
- What to do when your child regresses
- How to show your child good hygiene habits
- And more!
You could spend hours and hours surfing the Internet looking for this information. You could buy hundreds of dollars of books on the subject.
Now You Don’t Have To!
“Potty Training, Stop The Mess, The Ultimate Potty Training Guide” has it all. This book has put together advice from experts like doctors, psychologists, and real-life moms and now I’m offering it to you! It’s mind-boggling, really!
Since I own the rights to this amazing book, I struggled with what kind of price tag to put on it. After all, it’s taken all the best tips and tricks and put it together in one easy-to-read book that you can refer to time and time again. If you have more than one child, you will always have this book to refer to.
Then I remembered how much advice I needed during potty training time. And I realized that I would have wanted some to give me this much advice at the least amount of money. So, I ran the numbers and realized that $____ was more than fair. I could have asked for $59.99, I could have asked for $99.99 – because this book is worth it – but I just didn’t want to do that.
When you order “Potty Training, Stop The Mess, The Ultimate Potty Training Guide” for just $____, you’ll get the most comprehensive guide around for potty training your child with a minimum of stress and a maximum of satisfaction!
Why Should You Order This Book?
Well, first, because you are spending a ton of money on diapers and that needs to stop sometime before your child starts school! Pull-ups are expensive too. What you spend in one week can buy this book and stop that added expense! Most people think that diapers and pull-ups are part of the expense of raising a child. They might be right.
However, this book tells us that pull-ups and diapers need to be discarded once you begin the potty training process. Get rid of them and get started right now! Use that extra money for something YOU want!