Having children in the house is surely happy but is definitely not easy. For a mother like me, I always have to make sure that my children are all being well taken care of. It is not that easy though, especially now that I have a toddler. Children at this stage are still quite like a baby and need over a hundred percent of attention. At some points it may be stressing to look after them but it is still a fulfilling and fun thing to do.
If you’re a mother like me, then you can definitely relate to what I am experiencing right now. We all know that during the child’s infant stage, he is still using a diaper for his bowel activities. But as he grows, he also needs to acquire new activities and trainings for becoming a child. These trainings involve walking, talking, exercising, eating, and of course using the toilet.
Toilet Training For Children
Toilet training, same with walking, eating, and talking, is an important factor for the full development of a child. In this stage where children require full dependence from parents, it is indeed a vital factor for the parents to be there in the child’s training and development. My little boy, just like the other young children out there, is also excited to walk and move his feet. However, he is also quite afraid that’s why I have to be with him all the time. Whether you have a regular toilet seat, or a fancy bidet toilet seat – you’ll need to learn your kid to visit the bathroom by themselves.
Just like walking, my little boy is also in the toilet training stage. This training practices him to use the toilet for his bowel activities, so as not to be dependent on his diaper. I am sure that many mothers and parents like me also notice that when children are placed on the toilet, they become afraid that they might fall into the toilet. This may be a bit funny, but it is indeed a practice that children have to learn.
From my experience with my little boy, I can say that it is better to use a round toilet seats for children like him who is on the potty training. A round seat allows the little children to balance their little bottom and short legs. Since the space is not that elongated, they wouldn’t be afraid about falling in the toilet.
Why Is The Round Seat Better
New mommies out there may take these pieces of advice from me. Of course, I also want to share with you some of the things I’ve learned about toilet training for little boys and girls.
My little boy feels secured and safe with a round seat because it is fit for him. He is able to seat well and comfortably every time he uses the toilet. Parents should always be on the look for their children during the potty training so that they would know what to do. Make them feel that using the toilet is for the big girls and boys so that they would want to be big too. Continue the training until they feel like they can already do it on their own.