Toilet Training

In this section, you'll find some great parenting resources to help you get your toddler out of diapers and into underwear. But before you throw out all those diapers, make sure your toddler is ready to be toilet trained. Getting Ready for Toilet Training can help you identify just when your toddler is ready to take that big step. And if you're considering using training pants, then you'll want to read How Useful are Training Pants, which will give you both the pros and cons about using this training method.

To keep things running smoothly, take a look at our Dos and Don'ts of Toilet Training.

Did you know that toilet training girls is different from toilet training boys? In this section you'll get helpful parenting advice to make the training sessions for both you and your little one.

While the potty training may be no problem at home, it could be a different story when your toddler is asked to use a public washroom. Training in Public will help you understand the anxiety that public washrooms can cause in toddlers and what you can do to make these toilets less scary for them.

Our Potty Training Tips page has great advice for parents on when and how to start potty training your toddler.

And if you're still having problems with potty training your little one, check out this potty training site for a fast and easy way to potty train your toddler. This site has all you need to know about whether your child is ready to be potty trained, whether you're ready to train your child and how to be consistent when potty training your child.

Get more great potty training tips by going to our toddler forum.