How To Toilet Train a Boy in Just Days!

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Boys are Easier To Toilet Train Than Girls!

Toilet training a boy seems to strike fear in parent's hearts.  There is so much literature around to support this fear as well, that it often becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy.  As a parent of one girl and two boys I have been able to personally compare the gender differences.  And I can categorically say, boys are easier to toilet train than girls – with the right tools.     
Let’s look at what potentially makes boys difficult to toilet train.  The key difference between my girl and my two boys is the volume of noise they produce AND THEY JUST WON'T STAY STILL!  With Mya I remember queuing at the bank and watching parents with boys exasperated, move in and out of the queue, out the door, back again, trying their best to keep their boy still in a controlled environment.  I ashamedly admit I questioned their lack of control at the time as my little girl stood dutifully and quietly by my side.  Then I had a boy.  I was quickly put in my place.  So how can we make their differences work in our favour when it comes to toilet training?  

To combat the exuberance of a boy when trying to toilet train him is easily mastered though, by making the toilet training process a lot more fun than the toys they are playing with.  If you think like a child, in particular, act like a boy, then you won't be fighting the process but joining the team.  I am sure you are familiar with the statement “boys and their toys”!  There is a reality here that seems to stay with a boy into adulthood. :)
"All aboard the toilet train express - Tickets Please!  Are you using your VIPee or VIPoo pass?"  "Let's go feed the hungry toilet a Yum Yum!  Can you hit it with your wees or bomb it with your poos like Dumpy Dump Truck.  Quick, before Daddy does it!"  The magical Toilet Yum Yums are a boys dream come true, especially when combined with the Weeman to teach wee wees like Daddy.  Toilet Yum Yums, spin around when you hit them with your wees in a Weeman - can any boy resist?!!  Reading how Dumpy Dump Truck bombs the Toilet Yum Yums with his poos, with pictures to demonstrate, is how you speak a boy’s language.  This is where it is important to use fun tools to help boys stay focused long enough to go.  The Ultimate Toilet Training System – Dumpy Dump Truck makes it sooooo much fun for your son, he won’t be able to resist!  He is just playing a game, bombing a Yum Yum with his poos like Dumpy Dump Truck.  Need I say more.....

The benefit of toilet training a boy is the fact that you can demonstrate.  Tell a boy what to do, you aren’t going to get the same result as showing.  They are doing/action creatures as we discussed.  With little girls, demonstrating how use the toilet is harder to show, but with boys, it is out there and there are specific tools for the job!  You start with the Super Weeman and once they are tall enough to reach you transition into the toilet with a Wee Target. Very important to do it in that order.  Hands free with the Weeman, no stool, no hands required.  They aren’t big enough and coordinated enough to use their hands earlier on. 
Subsequently, you will make your life easier to teach wee wees like Daddy, the correct way, right from the beginning. 

A Weeman is a little boy’s urinal that sits permanently on the side of your toilet, out of the way of everyone.  It is positioned lower, for boys that can't quite reach yet and becomes the tool of use for 1-4 years depending on height.  The best way to teach a child is "monkey see, monkey do".  With boys, you can do this very easily with the Weeman.  First Daddy needs to wee in the Weeman to show your boy what to do.  This is the best way for him to then copy the process.  It is then a simple flip, flush, flip it back over and you are ready to go again.  Yes, the Weeman is fully flushable!  Forget the potty.
Then Daddy can wee in the toilet with his son weeing next to him in real time, creating a wonderful male bonding experience.  Seriously though, all boys want to be like their Dads and with the Weeman they can.  It really empowers them and speaks a boy's language which is "doing".  The Weeman creates independence and provides a hands-free option (believe me stay here as long as possible) until they are tall enough to reach the big toilet.  You then transition to the big toilet using a Wee Target (good for small and tall) - hit the spot make a car, truck train, flush goes back to the black spot.  For their future wives, Mums, we need to train them now.  The Wee Target is for around 3 years plus and will save you a lot of wee on the floor, simply because you have given them something fun to aim for - in the toilet, not out of it.  Boys and their toys!

So don't despair, I am here to tell you boys can actually be easier to toilet train than girls.  I toilet trained both of my boys well before two years of age.  My sister’s started toilet training her twin boys at 14 months using all the tools mentioned.  They were both day time trained by 17 months, night time trained by 18 months.  Make it fun, and they don't even realise they are being toilet trained - and you will enjoy the process too!

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