Youve done a lot of the hard work and potty training is now going well. To get things running smoothly youve been staying home and its been working. Youve got a good system happening between the two of you and there have been relatively few accidents in recent days. Youre even starting to feel like this potty training thing is no big deal.
You wonder whether maybe its time to head out, to move beyond the safety of home. However, you know that potty training at home is very different to potty training in the big wide world but you arent sure how different and what to do to prepare yourself and educate your child on what to expect.
Just because its new and perhaps a bit intimidating, you cant stay home forever. No really, you cant! Of course, its tempting to put them in pull ups so you wont have to worry about any potential accidents. The only problem is that it isnt really sending your child the right message about the path ahead.
You know that your child can go for at least an hour in between potty visits so if you time it right you might be able to get there and back within the hour. Well, maybe. But bladders, especially childrens bladders,...