Read about potty training, toilet training for babies and teaching toileting process to kids.

Potty Training

Make sure that you and your baby are ready to start potty or toilet training before venturing into it. When you start to potty train your child, you should have enough time and energy for three months at least to encourage and motivate your child daily and still be patient, supportive and calm. Your child should be old enough to indicate that his or her diaper is wet or soiled or tell you when he or she would like to go to the toilet. Most children start telling about the need to go to potty, when they are 18 to 24 months old but some of them have to use diapers until three years old. Here are some tips to make potty training easier for your kid:
If your child is still not trained after three months, you may need to consult your doctor or wait the child to grow up a little.

Potty Training Tools & Tips
There are two types of potty chairs that you can use to potty train your child:

Teaching how to use Toilets
Teaching the child to use toilets is not only about potty training but also to use the bathroom properly, flushing the toilet after use and washing hands properly.

Enuresis or Bed Wetting
Enuresis means bed-wetting during sleep and it is quite a common problem in children that occurs more in boys than girls. Myths such as drinking too much water before bedtime cause bed-wetting