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MOTHER NATURE POTTY TRAINING PANTS
COLOURS: Please note, we have all colours available in size 2-3 years and in size 3-4 years in stock.
Description: Toddler potty training pants are useful in assisting toddlers to learn bladder control (by experiencing the sensation of feeling wet). They do not replace a nappy in absorbency but are useful in preventing “little accidents”. This is especially useful during play school hours or when out and about.
Big Boy or Girl! Bridging the gap from nappy to pants: The trainers pull up and down and look like ordinary underwear but with an absorbent saddle made from our bamboo toweling plus a breathable waterproof layer between 2 layers of soft cotton fabric.
User Tip: You can either use the potty training pants as they are without a liner or if you prefer, use our fleece nappy liner of bio liner inside. Line the inside of a potty to easily clean up the mess! Another option is to add a bamboo insert (cloth nappy page) to add absorbency is used at night.
Washing instructions: Cool or warm wash in a washing machine or by hand. Line dry only to preserve the waterproof saddle.
How do I potty train my toddler?
Potty Training Essentials:
(Written by Joanne Austin and Nicky Mee of Mother Nature Products (www.mothernatureproducts.co.za)
Is our big boy or girl ready? This challenging question is raised by parents around the world and what parent doesn’t want to get their child out of nappies! On average children start potty training between the ages of 2 to 3 years. Once you have gone through our signs of readiness there really is only one way to find out – give it your best go.
Signs your toddler is ready:
Starting potty training earlier doesn’t necessarily mean finishing early; so be patient. In their first year babies don’t have bladder muscle and nerve control. This is something that develops at differing ages from child to child. Here is a checklist of signs they are ready:
– Shows general interest and independent thought
– Is co-ordinated (running, walking, balance)
– Follows simple instructions
– Developing a regular toileting routine
– Has dry periods of 2 hour intervals
– Can pull pants up and down
– Dislikes the sensation of being wet or soiled
– Grunting or squatting during bowel movement
– Shows an interest in the toilet
– Dancing or hopping about when bladder is full or during bowel movement
Preparation for Potty Training:
|Equipment: sturdy potty or an inner seat to fit over your toilet, block to stand on to reach the toilet, bright and fun cloth potty training pants (such as Mother Nature Potty training pants) which have an absorbent saddle, bed mattress protector (such as Mother Nature’s breathable version), rewards chart .|