When’s the best time to start potty training/teaching your child? It’s not just when you’re ready to be so done with diapers. According to researchers at The Bristol-Meyers Squibb Children’s Hospital and at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital, you have the best window of opportunity to potty teach when your child is between 24 and 32 months of age. In the study, kids older than 32 months had a greater incidence of bed wetting, day wetting and other I-gotta-go-now urge incontinence issues. And, apparently, before 24 months, many children just aren’t developmentally ready yet. For more about the finding, visit: http://rwjms.umdnj.edu/.
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