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October 14, 2014 By Kelli Leave a Comment This post may contain affiliate links or sponsored content, read our Disclosure Policy. Not only can this free potty chart help your little one learn to use the “big boy” (or girl) potty but it can also help him or her learn about setting and working towards goals. One thing that makes me happy is this blog, it gives me something to do and look forward to. So sorry to hear of such a hard pregnancy :( I hope the blogging community continues to be a bright spot in your day for you! I'd say that you have a little more going on and to be concerned about than the average blogger does.
Hello dear Kaysi, going through changes can be quite difficult, especially when you don't really have time to sit with it in peace and accept whatever is happening in your life right now.
Wishing you all the possible strength, you will be needingTry to feel as happy as you can (inside) your baby will feel this too.All the luck!
Exercise is hard enough on a normal basis, but it can get especially tricky when you’re pregnant.
I’m doing pretty good sticking to my goal, which is to exercise at least three times a week. Use a Facebook account to add a comment, subject to Facebook's Terms of Service and Privacy Policy. Any parent who is currently undertaking the same task or recently made this journey knows that it is both exciting and trying. Unfortunately, the promise of sweets, toys, and mommy doing her “happy dance” was not incentive enough. Here’s the thing…simply promising your child something may work for a one-off task but when you need your child to consistently perform the task (such as using the “big boy” potty every day) you need to get them excited about it.


For example, if your child gets to check off each day for a whole week they earn a toy or a special dessert. We had 2 bio kids and adopted a sibling group of 3 and it was everything I could do to get out of bed each day. What always helps me is the conviction that whatever happens is for me, even if it often doesn't look like this at first. My suggestions included a blank training plan, a money-less piggy bank, and using social media to stay focused. There’s a great (free) app that lets you track your progress, and you can share your workouts on Facebook for added accountability.
It’s great to see your little one learning and taking on new responsibilities but at least in my child’s case, they aren’t always eager to grow up.
Allowing your child to track his or her progress (such as with this free potty chart) is a great way to do that.
Seeing the words there, waiting for him or her at the end of the week, can help motivate your child. Good luck with the rest of your pregnancy, hopefully the placenta will move by the time he is ready!
There’s also a great website where you can find routes that people in your area have run. In fact, my son has not had any real interest in potty training up to this point, and unfortunately, he’s still not overly excited about the prospect of using his “big boy” potty. The 126 stickers (each a one inch diameter circle) have images of different potty related subjects - no repetition. Every time I see a new post from you, I instantly click on it-most of the time I don't even read the title, haha.


I know that baby is coming to your home for a reason and I know you are the best mama for him. I’m really proud of myself for keeping up with swimming – I went swimming today, in fact, to celebrate Week 37! For example, when your child is first learning to use the potty, the goal might be to simply use the potty instead of a diaper. I'll be sending lots of positive thoughts and prayers your way for the duration of your pregnancy! I know you're in the boonies but libraries have great online resources these days so you can download ebooks or audiobooks. If your child successfully uses the potty during the day, he or she gets to check off a box on the free potty chart.
After successful potty attempts, place a sticker on the child's shirt or use the chart (which you can hang like a calendar) provided.
I know when we came to the decision to not have more children the pregnancy and the little newborn part is what I was really sad to not be able to experience again. Later, as your child becomes more skilled, maybe the goal is to unbutton their own pants or remember to flush or wash their hands.
No matter what it is such a joy and miracle to be able to grow a baby inside you, think of what you are doing for him and maybe that will bring some light.
I felt the same way with my first, I thought he was a girl until I went in for an ultrasound.



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Comments to «How to motivate my toddler to use the potty»

  1. INTELEGENT writes:
    Potty educated by a certain age toilet (they run to the bathroom, for instance) put small squares of crepe.
  2. SEQAL writes:
    Attempting lofty instruction with our 20 mo old sitting on the potty.