Wondering how to potty train girls age 2?
Here’s my question?
How much money would you save this year if you never had to buy diapers again?…
Diapers are expensive and even if you put that Costco membership to use and buy them in bulk, the yearly costs of keeping your child in diapers can all add up to a car or mortgage payment …right?
Which is money down the “toilet” I’m sure you could really use in your pocket?
Did you know that when your child is potty trained, you save on average $1200 each year. What could you do with all that extra money?
…put it towards the bills?…
…tuck it away for a rainy day?
…Splurge on a weekend getaway and still have money
left over to pay off the babysitter?
My question…and I know it’s a obvious one, is…
How amazing would it feel to know the next dirty
diaper you change could be the last one you
would ever have to change?
Potty Training Girls, Age 2
So let’s talk about how I potty trained my 2yr old girl. I always say there’s something magic about the 2yr old age when it comes to potty training. And anyone I have talked to also says it’s much easier to potty train a 2yr old rather than a 3yr old. Potty training a 2yr old is not fun, but it only gets harder as your child gets older. But the good news is that it can be done fairly quickly. In 3 days actually!
I learned about the 3 day method from Carol Cline, a women who’s helped parents potty train thousands of children across the globe.
IMPORTANT Little known WISDOM: Your child can be
fully potty trained in only 3 days flat.
Potty training can even be INCREDIBLY EASY once you have a proven and guaranteed plan to follow!
How’s potty training in 3 days possible?
By discovering 3 weird potty training laws and sticking to them…
Carol Cline calls these the 3 laws for quick potty training success
Once you understand exactly HOW potty training is done, it’s much FASTER to get your child out of diapers for good.
But that’s not even the best part…
The powerful part is BECAUSE now you are following Carol Cline’s proven potty training blueprint…
You’ll avoid overcomplicating things, which means you avoid the risk of your child falling into deep regression.
Carol Cline has a talent for explaining this in a fun way using what she calls her “fail proof plan”…