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Potty training: Is my child ready to start?

There’s nothing that strikes fear and anxiety in a parent quite like the words “potty training”. This stage of development often conjures up a range of emotions. Whether you refer to it as potty training, toilet training, or toilet learning … Continue reading

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Big Kid Skill #2: Going to the washroom at school

This post is the second post for our Top 3 “Big Kid Skills” to learn before Kindergarten series. We all know everyone poops. (Hopefully, in the toilet!) So how do we get our kids to manage when poop happens at … Continue reading

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Why is my school-aged child still wetting his bed?

It’s natural to feel worried, confused and a little frustrated when your child is past the preschool years and they are still wetting the bed.  You’re likely wondering how to support each other during this challenging time.

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Toilet Learning Will Happen When it Happens

I’m a preschool public health nurse and have access to every bit of information, resources, tips, best practices and advice on “toilet learning” that anyone could ever want.  [“Toilet learning” is the new way of saying “toilet training” because developmentally, … Continue reading

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