I am writing this as I have recently potty trained my little girl. Most parents seems to think about starting potty training around 18-42 months, but based on my experience it is easier to potty train a child at the later stage, probably around 2 ½ to 4 years old. There are a couple of things you try to work out when your child is ready as most children go through three stages in developing bladder control, and these are that:
• They are aware of having a wet or dirty nappy.
• They get to know when they are peeing and may tell you when they are doing it.
• They know when they need to pee in advance.
These 3 stages are very important as this would help a lot in making the potty a big success! I will soon be writing more on potty training and some helpful tips for you to try, so you may check on my blog for some more post later this week.