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Consejos Para Padres ~ Parenting Tips
It’s never early to start potty training! The idea that children shouldn’t start before they are “ready” has its foundations with “readiness” including being able to sit up independently and maintain neck control, typically by six months of age. Over the last five decades “readiness” has been misinterpreted in the U.S. to begin later and later, sometimes with advice including waiting for the child to make his own decision about when he is ready to be using the toilet independently. In many parts of the world today, and for many families in the U.S., children are regularly communicating with their parents or caregiver about their pee and poop (elimination) needs between 12-24 months.