Many of our Moms are preparing their children for pre-school and guess what, one of the requirements is that your child must be potty trained!! It seems that I have received more phone calls lately and emails regarding their children not telling them when it is time to potty. At this age, we find that children will not want to stop playing with their toys, watching their favorite programs, or come in from outside and take the potty break that they so need to take. The outcome of this, a potty accident of course.
Children get so involved in what they are doing and their little bladders are just not developed enough to hold it in until they get where they are going. They just seem to wait too long before they decide they need to go to the potty. An easy way to resolve this is with our Potty Watches. The alarms are made to go off regularly, therefore reminding the child to go to the potty on a regular schedule without having to be told.
The way it works is like this. You set the watch, let say for 30 minutes. Every 30 minutes the watch alarm will sound off or vibrate to remind your child that it is time to go to the potty. Once the child has perfected going every 30 minutes without an accident, you will need to increase the time between bathroom visits by setting the alarm to once every hour. Doing this will allow his bladder to strengthen and you should see him go longer and longer between bathroom runs. Some of them are very inexpensive and some kids just love to wear them. What do you have to lose?