Toilet Training

  • Top Ten Tricks to Successful Potty Training

    Is your tot reluctant to wave good-bye to the diapers? Peer pressure, target practice and careful wording helps some kids get the idea. One of these tricks might help ease the path to successful potty training for your child.

  • Four Signs Your Toddler's Not Ready for Potty Training

    You'd like to wash your hands of the mess and expense of diapers. While you might want to get potty training started, your child might not be on board with your time schedule. Your toddler might let you know loudly or in more subtly ways that toilet training should be postponed.

  • The Potty Predicament

    by Jackie Papandrew

    Whoever is out of patience is out of possession of his soul -- Sir Francis Bacon

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  • Potty Training 101: Techniques, Tricks and Tips

    Are you and your child ready for potty training. You might find one of these methods the perfect fit for you both. Don't worry, diapers won't last forever!

  • Laughing Through the Chaos: Fishin' for Turds - My Maiden Voyage

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    Well, I did it. I fished a turd out of the bath tub. Bare handed.

    I was wishing I had one of these:

  • Managing the Work-Family Dilemma

    Working mothers are not all the same. Why then are 16 million working mothers treated as one undifferentiated group?

  • Potty Training 201: Overcoming Toilet Training Problems

    Your child picked out the potty chair of his or her dreams. You've cleared your schedule so you can give potty training the attention it deserves. Why aren't things going like you'd envisioned?

  • 2 before 20

    So my first pregnancy was when i was 15 years old and it was during my sophomore year of high school. not really my fault or anything, just put myself in a bad situation but hey couldn't change the past. but i found out my child was gonna be a boy and i was happy. when i was 16 i had him. he was due may 1st but he came 2 wks and 4 days early. it was apr. 13th 2007. he was 7lbs 6 oz and 20.5 in. long. i named him trentyn xavier. his labor/delivery was really easy, only about 5 and a half hours long and with no pain meds and vaginal, with an episiotomy. i gained about 45 pounds with it.

  • working mom

    What is your working mother method? Some really helpful info on the choices that working mothers make. www.primarydilemma.com