Potty training struggles and expectations

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Potty training struggles and expectations

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I don’t know about potty training to what kind of advise that I would have more than just “Don’t worry about it” because I know from my experience, if you know my kids, there was no issue at all, everything happen really early and they knew but one of my kids took forever - one, five, six, seven years old before I even had a chance to enjoy washing and going to the bathroom by themselves. So, it was very difficult. So, I don’t know that I want to go into the details of it but I think you just have to realize that each kid is different. Some kids are going to be potty trained at one or two. Some kids are going to be six or seven before they're potty trained. And I mean, that involves popping in places they never should popping maybe. And being worried that they're going to have accidents, you know, whenever they are somewhere without you. So I just think that one mistake that I made was that I had sudden expectations. “This is how it's going to be,” you know, “At this stage, they should be on to the bathroom,” and that’s not true because they're all different. So, my advice would be “relax.”

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Magnus Hellberg is the proud father of three, two girls and a boy. He thinks you just have to do the best you can raising your kids, and hold on for dear life, be kind yet fair,  and hope for the best. He feels there are no books than can prepare you for kids in the house, so you have to live it in the moment.

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