From nappies to potty with easy
8 reasons for using POTTY TABS
Support independence and autonomy
Psychologists all over the world agree that potty training is one of the most important events that can affect a child’s mental development, so taking a positive approach can play a very significant role in their lives.
It is a proven fact, that through internal motivation techniques we can get the best outcomes. Where we do something for our own inner positive feeling, rather than for a reward such as praise - or on demand. If we enjoy the learning process itself, then any external motivation is internalised. It is exactly on this principle that inspired us to create POTTY TABS.
Modern times require a modern approach
Experts agree that the increased use of disposable nappies has lead to later transition to potty in modern children. We cannot expect for disposable nappies to ever be obsolete, and grandma’s advice will always be invaluable, however POTTY TABS are the answer for today’s parents who are looking to make that step in the modern way.
Research has shown that in order to keep your child interested in potty training, the motivation needs to change constantly. When your little one enjoys the motivation, they will want to go to the potty on their own, again and again, until the practice becomes a habit.
Some methods of potty training can cause more harm than good
When someone tries to pin a child to a potty by placing them on it too regularly, apply pressure, increase their voice volume, this can have a negative effect. A child needs time, a positive attitude, and ideally an internal motivation.
Regularly does not mean a couple of times
There is a difference between regular and accidental potty use. The difference is that when the child uses it regularly, you no longer have to place them there, lure or persuade them. The child simply wants to use the potty. Because when the child likes using it there is no danger of returning to nappies.
No “instant” rewards
To convince a child to use the potty in exchange for a reward seems tempting and easy. However, a child is not a dog. And so, after a while they lose interest in the potty and will only be interested in rewards, simply because they are smarter. With POTTY TABS you will no longer need any “instant” rewards.
Nothing is less universal than childcare. Each child is different and has different needs and abilities. However, it has been proven that POTTY TABS work for 46 out of 50 children.
Consumption of Disposable Nappies in 2014
Source: Nielsen Retail Measurement Sales data
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