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Potty Training

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Did you know that around 80% of children experience setbacks during the potty training process? There’s a lot of taking a step forward, taking a couple of steps backward, and then taking steps forward throughout the potty training journey. With these setbacks, we want to avoid saying certain phrases while potty training.  So let’s dive […]

6 Phrases Not to Say During Potty Training

Bedtime/Routines, Parenting Tips, Potty Training

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The early days and weeks of potty training can be really tricky and MESSY! With all the accidents and resistance, it can be hard to know what to do and say while potty training. In this blog, I’ll breakdown top phrases to avoid saying while potty training, why you want to avoid these phrases, and what to do and say in the moment for more potty training success!

Big Toddler Transitions: Tips on When to Tackle Potty Training, Pacifiers, and Toddler Beds

Potty Training

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I know the topic of rewards while potty training can be a bit controversial and many of us have mixed feelings. In this week’s episode, I share my candid clinical recommendations as well as my personal experience when it comes to rewards and potty training.  I think it’s important to decide what’s best for your family even […]

Should I Offer Potty Training Rewards?

Potty Training, Uncategorized

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One of the most frequently asked questions I get about potty training is what to do when a child won’t poop in the potty. Little ones love to wait until it’s naptime to poop in their pull up, am I right?

Let’s talk about some possible reasons for holding poop and simple tips to help your toddler finally poop on the potty.

Help! My Toddler Won’t Poop in the Potty

Potty Training

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The number one question I receive when it comes to potty training is, “How do I know when they’re ready???” Here’s the thing – there’s no magical age when it comes to potty training. Every child is different and should start when they are developmentally ready. In general, you want to look out for developmental […]

6 Signs Of Potty Training Readiness

Potty Training

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So your little one is completely (or almost completely) daytime potty trained and now you’re wondering about nighttime potty training? When do you start? How do you know when your child’s ready? What do you do to lead to more success? In today’s video, I’ll be answering all your questions including: ✅Signs your child is […]

Are Pull-Ups OK? Nap & Nighttime Potty Training 101

Parenting Tips, Potty Training

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Potty training while on the go can feel overwhelming. There’s a lot going on and the last thing you want to have happen is an accident while you’re out and about. In today’s video, I share potty training essentials (aka MUST HAVES) while traveling. I also share quick tips to keep in mind when on […]

Potty Training On The Go

Potty Training

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As with any transition, potty training works best if you think it through before you start. In this video, I’m going to be sharing 5 practical things you’re going to want to do with your child before you start potty training. ✦Check out my potty training book – The First-Time Parents Guide to Potty Training […]

How to Prepare Your Kid for Potty Training

Potty Training

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How to Handle Potty Training ACCIDENTS!

Potty Training

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Is your child refusing to sit on the potty? Are you in a battle of wills when it comes to potty training? If so, this video is for you. I breakdown common reasons children resist the potty and exactly what you can do to get out of the pattern of power struggles with your strong-willed […]

Potty Training Tips For Strong-Willed Children: What to Do When Your Child Refuses to Use the Toilet

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If there’s anyone who knows what you’re going through, it’s me. I’ve got two kids of my own, and while motherhood is a blessing beyond measure, people rarely talk about the dark side of it – the side filled with tantrums, yelling, and your-favorite-dresses-filled-with-milk-and-purée.

Well, I’ve spent my life encouraging moms to stand up, speak up, and do what it takes to put themselves back on their to-do list. This is the first step to a smoother-sailing journey through motherhood, and with access to my online community and sisterhood, you’ll soon have the confidence to mother like a mother – from keeping toys in cots to potty training to winning the war against bedtime resistance and beyond.

Hi there! I’m Jazmine. Clinical psychologist, author, parent educator, and most importantly, mother.

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