By KATE BROWN, USA TODAY AUGUST 15, 2018 AUSTIN, Texas (AP) The potty, but more importantly, the potty time.
The best and most useful potty lessons to teach kids to poop in a potty are not only for the adults who do it, but also for those of us who are potty trained.
We are trained to use them, so why shouldn’t we be able to teach the kids to do it too?
That’s what Karen M. Johnson is doing in her Austin home.
Moms are trained potty trainers for decades now, but Johnson’s parents didn’t want her to be the one who came home with a toddler who couldn’t poop.
So she took on the challenge.
“I wanted to have my own, own private potty,” Johnson says.
“And I think that was really important.”
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Johnson’s parents wanted to get her to teach their daughter how to use the potters stool, so she built a simple contraption.
She made a pot that she called the “pandit,” and then started teaching her daughter to poop.
We all know how messy our toilet bowl is, but if we can teach her to poop with a potter’s stool, Johnson says, that’s great.
She started with the two sides of the pot.
“I’m not the biggest potter,” she says.
Johnson uses a long, thin strip of fabric that she can roll up and tie to the sides of a pot and then she folds it up to make a makeshift stool.
When she comes home, Johnson will teach her how to do the next step, using the potter, her partner, to clean the pot that they made for her.
Then she’ll have her own potty stool.
And when she goes out to pee, Johnson’s potty is a “potted toilet,” with her own sink and toilet.
Johnson says she has a new baby girl who is about a year old, and she plans to continue teaching her when she is older.
We want to teach her potty as well, so we will continue to do that.
Johnson’s plan has worked, she says, but it’s hard to say for sure.
“The one thing that I really don’t think I know is that she’s actually done it,” Johnson tells me.
“It’s been a lot of fun, and it’s been really fun to learn to do potty with her.
But I’ve learned something else that she doesn’t really understand, and that is she needs to be very careful to not accidentally put the poop in her mouth.
It’s not really possible for her to see her poop all the time.
If she’s really doing it right, and the potting material is really clean and she’s going to put the material in her hand, she can go out to the toilet, pull it out, and not even know she’s done it.
What she’s learned so far, Johnson told me, is that “it’s a matter of patience, patience, and patience.”
She has a “real job” to do, and her child’s needs are paramount, Johnson adds.
So we need to make sure that we are doing everything we can to teach our little one to do her best, and to not let her get frustrated or disappointed.
Here are some tips to help you teach your child to poop safely and effectively.
Peeing on a pot is very safe.
Most parents know that poop is dirt and that it needs to stay out of your child’s mouth.
But if you are a pot parent, the good news is that poop isn’t actually bad for your child.
Studies have shown that children poop for several hours a day, but when they come home from school, they can often go back to their normal pooping habits, Johnson explains.
Even if your child is a pot, Johnson stresses, you should be gentle and let her know that she is not going to mess up the pot or put the stool in her nose.
I think it’s important to let your child know that it’s ok to mess around with their poop.
Johnson says she will be doing this with her daughter as well.
So do it.
We all do it sometimes.
But this is just the beginning.
And as we continue to educate kids about how to poop, Johnson is also planning to give her daughter a special potty bag for the next school year.
A potty pot is not only a good potty for a family, but a great potty toy for a young child.
So if you have kids who need a little extra help, I would say don’t hesitate to take a look at this one.
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