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Making potty time happy for toddlers and parents.

It's one of the first rites of passage in life. Somewhere around the age of 26 months-more or less-toddlers are introduced to the potty. In The Pocket Idiot's Guide to Potty Training Problems, Alison D. Schonwald, also known as "The Poop Doctor" of Boston's Children's Hospital, addresses the needs of parents and their reluctant toddlers in a warm, reassuring manner that will calm nerves and ease tension for both the baby and parents.

* Includes tips on making the bathroom kid-friendly

* Explains what factors can confuse toddlers and keep them from succeeding at toilet training

* Helps parents design a step-by-step plan, use praise, and find incentives that work

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