It can be challenging to know when your child is ready to make the change from nappies and nappy pants to Big Kid underwear and to know what ready means for you personally, so Huggies® Pull-Ups® are here to help.
We understand that knowing when to start potty training can be one of the most confusing steps for parents – but it needn’t be. We all know every child is unique in their own way, and this is especially true when it comes to potty training. There’s no right or wrong ‘potty training age’, although there are signs to look out for that can indicate when a child might be ready to begin.
Typically, parents start to potty train around the ages of two-three years with the average potty trained age being 27 months.
It’s important to remember that the potty training process shouldn’t start until both you and your little one are ready to tackle this milestone. Starting a potty training routine too early can cause more anxiety towards potty training – for both adult and child! If you’re unsure if you’re rushing into establishing a potty training routine, read our article on the issues with starting potty training too early.
Not sure if you’re ready to take the plunge? Here are some common signs that might indicate you’re ready to start your potty training journey:
You might also find our typical signs of readiness useful.
There is no quick fix to becoming potty trained. However tips, tricks and knowledge from those who know definitely helps. Whether it’s real life stories from parents or advice from our potty training experts, we’re here to help.
To craft your personal route to toilet success, check out our other tips and tricks to support you and your Big Kid along your potty training journey.
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