Wet and Dirty DiapersParents often realize they’re changing fewer wet diapers than before or their toddler is waking from a nap with a dry diaper. Some toddlers will begin hiding when they urinate or defecate in their diapers. Others may pull at their wet or dirty diaper, while some may discover how to remove their diaper when it’s been soiled. Another sign to look for is when the child’s bowel movements are predictable.
Vocalizing Interest, IntentWhen children understand terms for bathroom functions and what the bathroom is for, it may be a good time to begin potty training. Your child may tell you they’re ready to pee or poop, while others may notify you right after they’ve already gone. All of those signs indicate that your toddler is aware of his/her bodily functions.
UndressingWhen your toddler is able to quickly pull down their underwear and pants to access the potty chair, it may be time to begin potty training.
At Crown Products, we create high-quality, focused products that, in essence, improve the quality of life for everyone who uses your facilities and public spaces. Visitors benefit from a cleaner space and resources to keep it clean, staff can focus on important maintenance rather than cleaning up litter and waste, and you can enjoy a pristine and appreciated space!
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