Deerfield Beach, FL (PRWEB) January 7, 2005
If you think Dr. Spock has all the answers to raising kids, think again. A group of Internet moms who all had the same questions and frustrations about potty training has developed a site, http://www.potty-secrets.com, devoted to sharing only information theyÂve tested and given their seal of approval.
The result? A potty training-in-a-weekend boot camp for babies who just arenÂt picking up on it fast enough. ÂThereÂs no reason to wait it out,Â says Alicia Porter, one of the moms who joined the group and ultimately came up with the three days or under success rate. ÂWe each took a different path and then shared what we learned with each other. Those methods that didnÂt work, we tossed out the door, and we kept advice that proved promising.Â
Once the results were in, the moms packaged the information to be comprehensive and cover every question or situation a new mom might have. Many parents are facing regression issues, where potty training success seemed to have come and gone. The motherÂs group says it doesnÂt want parents wasting time or money on useless products or techniques that are nothing but parenting psychology babble that sounds great but means nothing.
ÂTeaching children how to use the potty each and every time can be tiring, and in todayÂs world, time is our most precious commodity,Â says Tammy Breckinridge, co-founder of http://www.potty-secrets.com. ÂI saw one doctor on The Early Show the other day advising parents on potty training. I wish heÂd had time to cover all aspects of potty training, like what to do if your child isnÂt trained throughout the night, but he didnÂt. So many parents are being given short answers to questions that really affect their daily routines. What weÂve done is put it all together in one giant care package.Â
For more information on what this motherÂs group discovered about potty training, visit http://www.potty-secrets.com.