How to Potty Train a Child?

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To potty train you child start by introducing the potty before making your child use it by placing it in the baby's play area. Select a specific time or times of the day when you place your beloved on the potty. Invite your child to sit on the potty every fifteen minutes. Show tons of enthusiasm during the potty training process, and give a lot of praise whenever your child is successful.
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