Toddler Tricks - 25 - Potty Training Edition

Ways to Trick your Baby:

Problem:  Congratulations!  Your child is pooping in the potty!  What could possibly be the problem there?  Well, I don't know about you, but after years of wiping the stuff, cleaning the stuff, and otherwise handling it, I find nothing more gross than carrying it from the chamber pot to the actual toilet to flush.  And, sometimes, it sticks.  It sticks.  It's something that just turns my stomach, and I don't know why, but I hate it.

Solution:  This is pure common sense, and I'm sure almost everyone but me must have been doing it right off the bat, but for some reason it took me weeks to figure this little simple gem out.  Before you dump the offensive-smelling treasure into the toilet, pour some water from the tap into the bucket and swish it around a bit.  The excrement usually slips right out without sticking or clumping or making you ineffectively wipe at it before you give the potty a wash down.  This tip is gross all around, but it's seriously been a lifesaver for me.

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