Inside: How to potty train without that feeling of pressure when you start potty training. This content contains affiliate links. Hello, my name is Jen and I’m a perfectionist. And that made potty training pretty tough for me the first time around. Because motherhood pushes you to embrace the messy, the unpredictable, or recognize the pressure building in your Brooklyn apartment while trying to *do everything right* in potty training your 22-month-old daughter. There’s no sco
Inside: Heres a potty training tip to help the toddler who forgets to wipe after going pee or poop in the potty. This content contains affiliate links. It takes a village with motherhood means more than reaching out for babysitting support or a shared comraderie over the sleepless nights. It means stumbling upon those must-try tricks. The little ideas that help you in the daily messes as a mama. Like your friend’s go-to dinner when Friday exhaustion sets in (and the refrigera
Inside: Why does your child refuse to sit on the potty? Are you potty training a stubborn child? Here are early potty training tips for this potty training problem. This content contains affiliate links. Now we can joke about it, but there was a hard season back when my daughter was 3-years-old where we would suddenly — without warning — find ourselves in a scenario that looked like this.. No, MAMA helps me with the car seat. (When look, Dad was right there to help her.) No,
Inside: Potty training tips for how to help your toddler get pants down faster in potty training. This content contains affiliate links. Watching your toddler put on their shoes is a lesson in how much can possibly go wrong with something so simple. So many little things can trip up the process. If your toddler clocks in under 20 minutes for this small task, then you’re doing well in the shoe department. If your toddler gets that shoe practice everyday, then let’s just say yo
What are your potty training must-haves? Here’s a checklist for 12 potty training essentials. Being prepared is a lesson we all re-learn as moms on a daily basis — because sometimes you’re saved by the smallest of things. You find a lone hair-tie rifling through your bag, when you didn’t get a chance to shower. A granola bar soothes someone’s cranky mood faster than a pacifier to a baby’s cry. And the small plastic potty that answers your bare-bummed toddler’s call for poop.