Potty Chart Daily – Achieving Achievable Goals

Your child will need a potty chart daily, even if they are only using a single potty seat. A potty chair or toilet seat is very important because it will help you know exactly where your child is at all times.

The potty chart that you use should be designed in a way that is easy to understand and makes it very clear to you that child is where. A good potty chart will also show your child when they go potty each day and the position they are in at that time.

If they are in their “morning” position, then they have been potting for a period of time. You will also need to mark in black ink where the child was when they took their last potty break. This will help you keep track of how long they have been going in the right position.

Potty training usually takes between six and ten months. If you don’t keep track of this when you first start out, you will forget about it as your child progresses through the stages of learning how to use the potty.

When your child is ready to go potty, you can simply take their potty seat away from them and let them focus on your and the rest of the family’s attention. You can also put a little water on the potty seat to get them ready for the bathroom.

If your child begins to take longer than usual to get used to going in and out of the bathroom, then you should examine what is causing them to take longer. There could be a problem with their potty chair or they could be still not comfortable enough to use the potty every day.