If you have reached that magical point in parenthood where diapers are suddenly no longer necessary, you will feel overjoyed, as you should. However, a potty trained child still requires some extra stuff when leaving the house. Pack smart and you can keep the load light while still being prepared for whatever comes your way.
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Summer is upon us, which means it’s prime vacation time. Whether you’re taking a road trip to visit the grandparents or simply taking a jaunt across state lines, don’t leave yourself feeling ill-prepared. Use this list to ensure you don’t forget a single thing, and look like a pro when you have a happy little camper for the entire trip.
Pacifier. Binky. Soothie. Plug. Mute Button. Whatever you call it, this little plastic contraption has become a staple in your little one’s life, comforting them since infancy. Now that they are getting older, you’re finding that the pacifier isn’t a convenience any more, it’s actually becoming a nuisance. Have you ever had the joy of tearing apart your house mid-toddler tantrum to try to find a pacifier? Or the pleasure of deciphering your toddlers already confusing vocabulary with a binky hanging out of their mouth? If so, it’s probably time for it to go. You can always just go cold turkey, tossing all pacis in the trash and winging it, but here are some fun ideas that make the loss a little bit easier on your child.
Potty training is not a one-size-fits-all process. Each child is unique and will be ready for the process on their own time. When you feel that your child is ready to move on from diapers, here are 6 popular ways to go about the potty training process. Choose a method that fits your lifestyle and that you believe will suit your child the best.