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New Father Chronicles: How to potty train a toddler in 22 easy steps

"Read the tag on your pillows to see if they're machine washable, because PEE is on your pillows." The TODAY Parenting Team's La Guardia Cross hilariously documents his potty-training efforts with his oldest daughter.

Thriving without Milk + Oh, Crap (Potty Training)

Alissa Hamilton, author of Got Milked? Topic: The great dairy deception and why you’ll thrive without milk. Issues: The major players in promoting milk in the U.S.; how milk makes us sick and increase the risk of bone fractures; theShow More Summary

Are Toddlers Insane? + Playing with Blocks, Taking Turns, and More

Dawn Dais, The Sh!t No One Tells You About Toddlers. Topic: A guide to surviving the toddler years Issues: Restaurants are battle zones: don’t even bother trying to feed a toddler; potty training; taking the fun out of vacations; when you’re not the favorite parent. Show More Summary

How to Potty Train your Puppy EASILY! Everything you need to know!

How to Potty Train a Puppy Fast! This episode is sponsored by PetFlow. Set up automatic pet food delivery today at Enter code Zak20 when you check out to receive 20% off of your first … Read More

How to Potty Train Your Puppy With Potty Pads

Want to know how to train your dog to use potty pads? Well if you’ve got a new puppy, then potty pads are your best friend. But potty pads don’t exist in the wild, so you’ll … Read More

10 Ways to Potty Train Without Using Training Pants

The Real Diaper Association estimates that the average family spends up to $1,600 on disposable diapers during the first two years of a child’s life. In addition to being expensive, disposable diapers also trap moisture against your little one’s delicate skin, often resulting in painful diaper rash that can leave her uncomfortable and irritable. When... Read More »

Dad Shares Hilariously Honest Guide To Potty Training

"Step 20: Close yourself in a closet and question your parenting abilities."

What Age Can You Start Potty Training? Well, It Depends On Your Child

2 months agoLifestyle / Parenting : Mommyish

Diapers can get tiresome and costly, fast. Luckily, we're here to tell you when the best potty training age is, so you can finally move on. What Age Can You Start Potty Training? Well, It Depends On Your Child is a post from Mommyish - Parenting Imperfect.

6 Nonnegotiable Rules For the First Day of School, From a Teacher

Milestones in your child's life are often bittersweet. While, yes, you are excited for them to be potty trained or sleep in a big-kid bed, there's the heart-wrenching knowledge that they are growing up. For most parents, the first day of a new school year in particular is one of these moments. Show More Summary

Movie Review: Moms run mild in the bloodless Fun Mom Dinner

Although the film, of course, lands on the conclusion that there’s more to moms—and to inter-mom friendships—than talking about potty training and turning in early, Fun Mom Dinner, the latest in a series of female-oriented R-rated ensemble comedies, doesn’t sell that idea very well. Show More Summary

Exclusive: Tamera Mowry Talks Potty Training and Sister, Sister Reboot

Post by Hilary Sheinbaum. Tamera Mowry may be best known for her role on the sitcom Sister, Sister. But, since her stint as a childhood actress, Tia’s twin has become a wife and a mom of two! The 39-year-old loves her kids, but she admits...Show More Summary

Photographer Captured 6 Baby Girls as Your Favorite Disney Princesses

While many parents view their newborn daughters as perfect princesses - well, before all the crying and potty training, that is - a professional photographer actually transformed six baby girls into Disney's classic princesses. Karen Marie is a mom of three who owns and operates a maternity and newborn photography business, Belly Beautiful Portraits. Show More Summary

A special program for kids with autism teaches potty training skills

The intensive, 5-day program gives kids with autism and their families a foundation of skills for potty training success.

What a Stranger Did After a Toddler With Autism Had a Potty Training "Accident"

Potty training is never particularly easy, but for Adrian Wood, teaching her little boy to use the bathroom has been more than tricky. Her toddler, Amos, has autism and other special needs, so they've been attending a "potty training camp" to try to help them through this process. "I had no illusions it would be simple. Show More Summary

Adorable 10-Year-Old Makes Potty Training Trophy for Little Brother

4 months agoLifestyle / Parenting : Mommyish

A 10-year-old boy made a Lego potty training trophy for his little brother, and it's the cutest thing ever. Adorable 10-Year-Old Makes Potty Training Trophy for Little Brother is a post from Mommyish - Parenting Imperfect.

10-Year-Old Designs Hilarious "Trophy" For His Potty-Training Brother

So the 2 year old is potty training and this is what the 10 year old comes up with. "It's a trophy for when he is all trained." from funny Potty training ain't easy for any party involved, so once a toddler finally gets the hang of it, there's so much reason for celebration. Show More Summary

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Vintage animation lessons, including how to make things cute. Second Handwritten Copy of the Declaration of Independence Discovered in England. The Evolution of Potty Training.  Redshirts Aren’t Likeliest to Die and Other Star Trek Math Lessons. Show More Summary

A Potty-Training Pep Talk

Are you readying your little one (and yourself) for potty training? Do you find yourself overly nervous, procrastinating, or unsure if there will be a failure to launch? I’m here to tell my fellow mamas that while there could be good,...Show More Summary

Have We No Shame? 7 of the Craziest Things Parents Do When They’re Potty Training

I’ve been reading a lot of cute stores lately about all the funny things that kids say and do while they are being potty trained.  And when I think about my potty-training experiences, I can’t remember any of the funny things my kids said. But what I do remember is all the crazy and funny Keep Reading ?

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