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Potty Training 1-2-3 (914)

$18

Busy moms need a resource that gives them comprehensive information without a lot of unnecessary details and presents them with options instead of a one-size-fits-all program. Potty Training 1-2-3 provides all of that and more.

Product Description

Do the math: If a mother averages six diaper changes a day, she’ll change 2,190 diapers during her baby’s first year. Things improve slightly over the next twelve months. Based on five changes a day, she’ll add another 1,825 diaper changes to her score. By the time her child is half- way to her third birthday, Mom will pass the 5,000 mark. That’s a lot of dirty diapers! If this mom is you, it’s no wonder you might be thinking seriously about potty training.

While successful potty training in itself isn’t considered a developmental milestone in a child’s life, it is nonetheless an important transition for both you and your child. The good news is that potty training doesn’t have to be complicated—and neither does a book that explains it. Busy moms need a resource that gives them comprehensive information without a lot of unnecessary details and presents them with options instead of a one-size-fits-all program. Potty Training 1-2-3 provides all of that and more. The more is in the results. The real life scenario below is fairly typical of the testimonies received about the success of this amazing little book.

Kimber placed her black saddle purse on the table and took a seat. Parents, mostly moms, were sitting at tables around the room chatting while they waited for the class to begin. April, Mary, and Alicia were already seated at table two. Each possessed a warm Southern smile and attentive eyes that greeted Kimber like an old friend.

“Hey, Kimber,” Mary said, “How did things go with Jaclyn Lee?”

Kimber smiled and momentarily pondered the question, reflecting on the day she had first considered the possibility. “Could it really be this easy? If I could get it done in one day…”. Her eyes searched out her inquirer.

“Jaclyn was potty trained in less than five hours. She picked out her favorite doll, I put her in pants and walked her through the process a couple of times, and by noon the mission was accomplished. It worked just as they said it would—one, two, three.”

Alicia eyed her skeptically. “No way, Kimber,” she said, her tone more hopeful than incredulous. “Was it really that easy?”

Her words trailed off as the attention of the room shifted toward the movement at the door. “Hey, Allyson, someone called out. How did it go with Jackson ?” Allyson held up the index finger of her right hand.

“One week?” Alicia asked, her eyes now fixed on Allyson.

“No,” Allyson said. “One day. Jackson was potty trained by four o’clock last Friday afternoon.”

April, Mary, and Alicia looked at each other. “I don’t know about you,” Mary said, “but I’m starting tomorrow!” Encouraged and resolute, April and Alicia nodded.

Kimber’s and Allyson’s success can be your success or at least something close to it. While we can not make any promises, we can tell you that many of the moms we work with achieve the potty-training success they hope for in a day or two. Others accomplish their goals in three to seven days. What makes Potty Training 1-2-3 work for all of them is the combination of right timing, right method, and right motivation.

Timing : They learn to recognize the optimum time for training their toddlers.
Method : They learn the most effective ways to teach the potty-training process.
Motivation : They learn how to sustain their toddlers’ excitement about using the potty.