Have you decided it's time to start potty training your toddler? While there's no 'right age' to start baby potty training, most toddlers will develop the skills needed for successful potty training by the time they're between 18 and 24 months. It's worth remembering though that some children aren't ready to potty train until they're as old as four. Signs that it's time to potty train include your child being able to pull their own pants up and down, or a marked dislike for being in a dirty nappy.
So what will you need to buy to make sure this stage of your child's development goes smoothly? Read our essential baby potty training checklist to find out. From basic potties to splash mats, we've got everything you need to make potty training a breeze. And if you don't have something, you'll find all items are just a click away on the Kiddicare website.
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Want to start potty training but don't know where to start? Our shopping list can help. Print it then tick off the items as you buy them. And don't worry if there's something you've forgotten as many of the items on our potty training checklist are available to buy on our site. So read on to find the potty training items you shouldn't be without.
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