Toilet training your child while traveling is harder than if you were to do it at home.
That’s why in this article I’m going to share with you 3 battle-tested potty training tips to help you not go crazy.
What I’m going to share with you will help you if you’re looking for tips on potty training boys or on toilet training girls, doesn’t matter.
1. Bring a travel potty with you
This is especially important if your trying to potty training a girl because they can’t pee easily like a toddler boy would, and they’re more shy that way.
2. Prepare for public toilets
Before I talk about this, I just want to say that if you’re going through a 3-day potty training system you should probably let go of any expectations that it will work. I’m sure it wasn’t meant to be attempted on the go.
The best advice I can give you is to make sure that the flush sensor is covered. The majority of toddlers will always get scared by the automatic flushing of public restrooms.
3. Always be prepared for the next accident
Potty training accidents happen at home, and they happen a lot. Expect even more to happen if you’re training your child how to use the potty while on the go. What’s important is to maintain a positive attitude and assume that more will come.
Jennifer Morgan from Project Potty Training says that it’s better to ignore accidents than to scold your child. This will only produce setbacks in the potty training process.