Baby Toilet Training
Learning begins for a baby the moment the child is out from the mother's womb and slowly the baby unravels the mystery of the unknown world. The learning never stops and continues till his very last breath. The baby too has to be taught toilet training right from a very early age.
A mother should understand her baby before she starts with her baby toilet training. Most importantly the mother should be able to tell the time when her baby would take a pee and also from the body language of the baby.
Babies exhibit many symptoms when they are about to do their toilet and it is for the mother to watch out for these symptoms carefully and once she is aware of these symptoms she can easily train her baby to do toilet training.
For those people who are first timers here are some baby toilet training tips which may come in useful. The best time to begin toilet training for your baby is when he or she is between 4 to 5 months old. Reassure your child and try to remove the fear from the baby.
When you become aware that it is time for your baby to do his or her toilet then take the baby to a nice place where he or she will feel most comfortable and start by doing a hissing sound. Soon you will find that the baby responds to the hissing sound and recognises it as the time to pee.
Do not be unduly worried that your baby is soiling its diapers or when you have missed a particular time. Relax they will surely learn to toilet train very quickly, all it needs is your support and love.
Before you start on your baby toilet training it is important that you recognise the symptoms usually exhibited by babies before they do their toilet. First they suddenly become very quiet and calm and look very serious. The baby may let out toxic gas and sometimes he or she may even begin to cry and tense their body.
They can even make awkward movements when they begin to walk. While I the midst of playing they become suddenly quiet and serious having a vague look then you can be rest assured that they are ready to do their toilet. It is now that you have to be supportive and help with your baby toilet training. Be patient, supportive and most importantly calm.
Slowly take your baby to the toilet and seat him or her on the potty chair and allow the child to be comfortable. If the child begins to resist do not force the child, bring him or her out. Baby toilet training needs a lot of patience on the part of the mother. Play with the child when they are doing their potty and help them to relax. This will go along way to reassure them that they have nothing to fear while doing their toilet.