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Potty training tip: how to know when your child needs to go potty and prevent accidents

Potty training tip: how to know when your child needs to go potty and prevent accidents

How do you know if your child needs to go potty? This is the magic question that once you figure it out, it will save you many headaches and clean-ups! 

Every child eventually will start showing signs of having to “go”. This may start as early as the third pee on the first day of potty training. These signs may vary by child but once you start potty training, you’ll know very soon! The verbal cues will likely come 3-4 weeks after potty training. For now, you will need to watch your toddler closely! Some children just do one of these things, some may do all or none!

  • Crotch-holding
  • Potty-dance
  • Standing very still all of a sudden
  • A look of concentration

As soon as you recognize an “I’ve gotta go” sign, let your child know that it’s time to take a potty break. Soon they’ll start to understand that when he or she feels like “that”, then it’s time to go to the bathroom! 

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