How to Train Potty Training Girls
Potty training is a wonderful and often overlooked sport, but it’s also one of the most frustrating and draining ways to gain physical fitness.
With a good balance of physical activity, social interaction, and teamwork, it can be a fantastic way to gain a competitive edge.
But what if you’re a newbie, and don’t know what you’re doing?
That’s where this article comes in.
It’s written by a trainer from a top U.S. sports and fitness company, and will help you get started on the right foot.
Here are a few tips and tricks to get started with potty training:1.
Get familiar with the basics1.
Start with one-on-one practice1.
Practice with your friends and family.2.
Keep your hand on the potty, not the handle.3.
Make sure you use a toilet bowl and wipe off all the poop before leaving the toilet.4.
Wash your hands often.5.
If you want to keep your potty clean, avoid putting your hand in your pants.6.
Keep all of your equipment clean.7.
Be prepared to deal with some water.8.
Practice at least one hour a day for at least six hours a day.9.
Make your bed at least once a week and take breaks during the day.10.
If a water break occurs during a potty break, don’t leave until it’s over.11.
Wash and rinse your hands frequently.12.
Use a bucket to hold your dirty and pee-stained hand.13.
Clean your toilet and wash dishes frequently.14.
Keep the bowl of your potting utensils handy.15.
Wash the area around your toilet before you go to bed.16.
When you are ready to use the toilet, use the bowl.17.
Put on your clothes.18.
Go to bed with a clean and sanitized face.19.
Take a bath after each meal.20.
If the bathroom is dirty or not cleaned properly, leave it overnight and then clean it up.21.
If your house is not clean and the floor is dirty, then take the house to a reputable cleaner.22.
If someone is going to be around for a while, put them in a separate room, preferably at the back of the house.23.
If they are not ready to go to the bathroom, take them to the front of the bathroom and get them to go in first.24.
If their toilet breaks, they can’t use it until the next day.25.
Keep them clean and dry in your room.26.
Have a bath whenever possible, especially if they need a break.27.
If it is a first-time potty-training session, make sure you take it to the right bathroom.28.
When it’s time to go out, make the toilet clean before leaving.29.
Make a note to come back.30.
When the next person comes to the door, make them clean the bathroom in a timely manner.31.
Do not go outside if the water is not coming.32.
When your friends come to visit, they should also take their own time to clean the toilet before entering the room.33.
If there are no toilet seats available, place your pot on a stool or a bench in the front yard, so you can easily retrieve it.34.
If everyone has a pot in their room, you can also place it on a bed in the corner.35.
Keep a clean area for all of them to clean up, including the pot.36.
When people are not around, do not leave the room unattended.37.
If anyone is in the room, make an announcement about the pot, so everyone can hear it.38.
If something happens, ask them to call 911.39.
If things get out of hand, you may need to call the police.40.
If potty breaks, it is not your fault.41.
If this is your first potty session, be sure to use a safe toilet.42.
If another person does not take the pot away, the toilet may get messy.43.
If toilet breaks are going to happen, ask your friends to take the toilet outside.44.
If all else fails, call 911 and report it to a police officer.45.
If not all of the above is happening, call the U. S. Department of Education’s hotline at 1-800-800.TALK TO A TRAINING GIRL1.
Before you even start the training, take a look at the first article in the book.
This article teaches you how to pick a trainer, and helps you build a relationship with a trained trainer.2 and 2a.
If that is not a good idea, check out these articles on the UBNT website.3a.
Check out this article on how to get a training partner for training.b. If using