Most experts agree that the biggest factor in teaching kids to use the toilet is readiness, and if your child shows enthusiasm for the transition the season won’t matter. But that said, Here are some of the reasons why it’s definitely simpler for you if the toilet trial-and-error happens in the summer.
Parents, remember how important it is not to shame or punish your children about bedwetting or accidents. Be patient.
When toddlers hold it in, it could simply be because they’re distracted – why take a time-out for the toilet when you’ve got a room full of toys?
The three-day method requires scheduling three days of no plans at home and watching your child for signs.
What to do when your toddler is afraid to go.