Potty Training with Huggies Pull-Ups
Reese Witherspoon has recently updated her Instagram ahead of the Golden Globes with a post explaining how she is beginning to start potty training her son Tennessee writing âMore inside scoop into the wild world of #GoldenGlobePrep? One day to go...and we're potty training..." Aside from being an award winning actress and Hollywood beauty, Reese continues to be a down to earth mum helping her son through these important milestones.
We are here to help you potty train your young star when they are ready to start their journey. Like many parents, actress Reese Witherspoon knows only too well the challenges of potty training.
Getting your little one out of nappies and into pants can seem like a daunting task. Most little ones are around two and many are nearer three before they even start to show signs that they are ready, every child is different.
HuggiesÂ® Pull-UpsÂ® potty training expert and psychologist Emma Kenny says: âPotty training is a significant milestone in a child's development and it can seem like information overload for parents working out the best approach for their toddler â but it needn't be an arduous task.'
A commonly asked question which many parents have is, âwhen should I start potty training my child?' The answer will vary for each child as many factors can influence when they will be ready to begin. What's important is for parents to identify the signs that their little boy or girl is ready to start toilet training and helping their little one learn how to graduate to undies.
That's why there is the 8 signs of readiness to help you determine when your little one is ready to start.
Once you can identify three of these signs, then you and your little one are ready to start on your potty training journey.
For more information please visit HUGGIES® Pull-Ups®
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