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Potty Training In One Week [Format Kindle]

Gina Ford
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"I bought Gina Ford's Potty Training book, followed it to the letter and it worked a dream" (The Sun )

Présentation de l'éditeur

Many parents experience a long and bumpy ride along the road to a nappy-free existence. Advice on offer from grandparents, friends and professionals is often conflicting, leaving parents unsure of how and when to potty train their child.



In Potty Training in One Week, bestselling author Gina Ford sets out a simple, easy-to-follow programme that works quickly and avoids many of the common pitfalls parents encounter.



This clearly organised book makes potty training easy, and even fun. Including updated information on:


- How to know when your child is really ready


- How to make potty training fun for your child


- How to reward


- How to deal with accidents


- What to do when you go out


- What to do at sleep times


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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 193 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 160 pages
  • Editeur : Ebury Digital; Édition : New Ed (31 mars 2012)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B00755HVP0
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Absolute Genius 28 février 2005
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After three previous attempts to potty train my 3.5 year old son i was at my wits end and ordered this book. I followed it to the letter for three days, coaxing my son on the potty with sweets and the star chart, with no success at all. By day four I was in tears (not in front of him of course) but stuck with it although had decided i would give up by the end of the day. By 4pm on that day he suddenly jumped on the potty and did three consecutive poos, and three wees all in the space of two hours! He was definately holding it in and resisting all our attempts to potty train him - but with Gina's method the stubborn child has to finally give in. By day 5 he went straight onto the toilet, with no reminders or cajooling necessary, and he just tells us afterwards. Quite frankly its a bloody miracle. I think this method is not for the faint hearted as it is utterly draining as you really can't do anything else but focus on this solidly for as least a couple of days. However, if you have a resistant child then there is nothing better. If it worked for my son then i am convinced it would work for any child!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Viva, Gina! 1 décembre 2008
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I was not previously a fan of gina's methods or philiosophies for infants, but felt I needed guidance when it came to potty training my 22 month old daughter. I looked around for a manual and all I could find was Gina's Potty Training in One Week, so I went for it.

WOW! It is brilliant. Clear, concise, gives excellent advice, case studies, what not to do. I followed it pretty much to the letter and it worked a treat. My daughter is completely potty trained and it was incredibly easy!

Kudos and thanks to Ms Ford!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Amazing advice! 17 avril 2005
Par AmandaK5 - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Everyone will tell you different things about potty training, but the same things seem to repeat. I found many of these tidbits repeated in a program that really works for kids. Avoid disposable pull-ups, they just confuse, and don't go back to them if you are having accidents is just so true. A great book for anyone ready to potty train!
8 internautes sur 9 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 This Really Works 13 juin 2010
Par Mum of 5 {ages 6 and under} - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché|Achat vérifié
I started potty training my 2 yr. 2mo old in May 2010. I followed this guide but didn't push or pressure my toddler if she didn't follow it to a T. She was fully and completely potty trained in 13 days. We have about one (possibly two) accidents a week but the author states that is to be expected if training closer to age 2 than 3. The book is laid out for Day 1, Day 2, Day 3, etc. and what to anticipate. My toddler was on each day for 2-3 days before seeing progress. The author gives great insight and advice as to what signs to look for BEFORE potty training to know that your toddler is in fact ready, then she gives ideas and a plan for preliminary steps to take, BEFORE potty training to get your toddler ready. Then she lays out a daily plan reminding you to not ever be frustrated or annoyed with your toddler if they have accidents. My daughter had accidents every time for the first two days, then moved slowly to some accidents, some successes on the potty, before moving to mostly successes, and within 13 days was telling me when she needed to go, and going successfully every time. I have found that the one or two times she may have an accident during the week is if she is engaged in play and not thinking about sitting on the potty; the author recommends if you see this trend to just remind your toddler for a while when engaged in play to go to the toilet or potty. Once my toddler got used to sitting on the potty over the next week, I then began to have her sit on the toilet. She uses the toilet primarily now rather than the potty.

This book is easy reading, has case studies throughout, gives great insight and advice, and it all worked for us. When I thought it was not going to work, my husband kept encouraging me to keep going. The days are long at first but if you persevere you will do it. The biggest advice the author gives is to not put your child back in nappies/diapers once you start potty/toilet training as this causes confusion, and can delay fully being trained for 6 months or so. Although it was hard work and nerve-wracking when first taking our child out, this is what caused us to succeed in 13 days. Our toddler just had to learn the sensation of needing to go to the bathroom, then learning to recognise it ahead of time, with enough time to go. We only use pull ups at night now until we transition, which will be about age 3. We don't use pull ups during the day as I have our toddler go to the bathroom before taking her nap, and as soon as she wakes up, and she also woke up dry from her naps for a long time before we began potty training (a good sign she was ready to potty train).

I would recommend this book if you're serious about potty training. A lot of people told me 2 yr 2 mo. is too young and she wouldn't be able to be fully potty trained. There's a saying if you start potty training at 2 you will be finished at 3, and if you start potty training at 3 you'll be finished at 3. My daughter is finished potty training and she is now 2 yr. 3 mo.

(UPDATE July 2011): My daughter has only had a handful of accidents since being potty trained. I just followed this same concept for my 23 mo. daughter and she was potty trained in less than a week. Of course she had the benefit of watching her older sister and wanting to be just like her. However, once again, I take my hat off to Gina Ford who gives clear and specific guidelines for helping your toddler be potty trained quickly and successfully.

(UPDATE April 2013): I used this same technique for my third daughter, age 2 yr 3 mo and she was potty trained in just a couple of days. Of course, she like her older sister, had the benefit of watching someone else and wanting to be like them. I am certainly grateful I have had this book. It has worked like a charm on all three of my girls, who are all very different in personality.

Keys to success: do the preliminary things to be sure your child is ready, and don't use pull ups as it causes confusion. I use pull ups at night (and during nap time for the first few days) until age three, and we call them "special night knickers". If they wake up in the night needing to go to the bathroom, I take them. I don't encourage them to use the pull ups, they are just there as a safety net for me not having to wash bed linens. Having four children ages five and under I am already doing enough laundry. The pull ups, I have found, are 99% of the time dry, and for the one in many months that it isn't, I sigh relief. :)
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Informative, but generic 25 octobre 2005
Par K. Cuppy - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I found this book to be informative, however, if you've read any potty training advice before, it's basically the same information you've already read. If you are just beginning potty training and haven't been reading on it, it would be a big help!
3 internautes sur 3 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Excellent Book 15 mars 2008
Par A. Fisher - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché
If you are willing to put in the time and follow her strict guidlines, then it is a worthwile system. My daughter was trained in a week at 25 months.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Gina's advice works for me every time 23 octobre 2013
Par B. Mabbett - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché|Achat vérifié
I have just potty-trained my daughter using the advice in this book and it worked like a charm. 10 days later she still has the odd accident when she gets distracted but that's to be expected. I did have to grit my teeth and keep trying but by day 3 my daughter got the idea and it's been plain sailing since.

Other reviewers state you could find the same advice anywhere - however, I like to know that I have the right advice, which is what the book provides. Logical, practical and understanding of children's needs while also expecting that you and your child can accomplish something a bit demanding.
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