Potty Training Girls Paperback – 6 Aug 2009
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"Starred review. In June 2009, I gave a starred review to Fertleman and Cave's "Potty Training Boys the Easy Way". This version for girls is just as excellent. Physician Fertleman (writing with health editor Cave) knows just how to present the relevant information to parents, covering topics like early preparation, night training, and common medical problems. Among the plethora of books on potty training (which include some idiotic titles that endorse 'naturally training' six-month-olds), Fertleman's two offerings should be the go-to titles for all things poop and pee. Unequivocally recommended." (Library Journal)
"This is a great resource for parents trying to tackle the potty training issue!" (Parent Magazine)
The only comprehensive guide to successfully potty training girls, by the authors of Your Baby Week by Week and Potty Training BoysSee all Product Description
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that will make a tricky stepping stone much, much easier.
I think this book probably works better for those more easier cases - who probably don't need a book anyway....
My husband and I both care for my daughter part time (he does more during the working week) so we needed an approach we could both use and that we could fit around caring for our one-year-old son and also running two freelance businesses. This book sounded perfect, with its relaxed and flexible approach - and it was.
It answers all sorts of questions that might crop up - how to deal with going out (once you get to that stage), night training (not tried that part yet) and is a very quick read, which was essential. As soon as I'd read it I understood where I had been lacking (it sounds daft, but I hadn't really thought about what 'training' actually meant, expecting her to just magically pick up the process, as books not written specifically on this subject seem to suggest will happen).
It took between two and three weeks for her to become completely confident without a nappy during the day, including going out and about and short trips in the car. It's revolutionised all our lives! I expect we all would have got there in the end without this book, but it made the whole process so calm, easy and non-intimidating. I would recommend it to anyone and will definitely be reading the boys' version when the time comes!
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A good book that has helped a first time mum get an understanding of the topicPublished 26 days ago by Sarah Parker
Easy and simple book to read and gives a nice and relaxed way to potty training girls!Published 1 month ago by Danni W
After raising three boys I am know raising my two grandaughters my youngest son is 24 this book gave me some very good tips to help me with my grandaughters potty trainingPublished 4 months ago by jennie hopley
Really good approach to potty training. Would definitely recommend.Published 10 months ago by Rebecca Brown
Best book I have read on subject and have recommended to all my friends! My toddler is nearly fully potty trained by 2.5! Just nights to go now! I'll get to that chapter soon! Read morePublished 10 months ago by Lucy T
Haven't read all of it so far but seems very helpful as I no how stressful potty training can bPublished 12 months ago by J Davies