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A Couple of Potty Training Tips for Boys

Is it Really More Difficult to Train Boys?

A common misconception and old wives's tale is that it is more difficult to potty train boys than girls. This rumor actually is just that - a rumor! The key to successful toilet training is actually the readiness of the parent, the readiness of the child, the dedication to the task, and the method used.

Standing or Sitting? Can a Woman Teach a Boy?

In an ideal world, men would train boys to be able to teach by example. This is not always a realistic possibility, however, and women are certainly equally capable of training their little boys. I generally recommend teaching your little boy to first pee while sitting down. A useful method to prevent "over spray" is to teach him to "tuck it" down while sitting. Urine splash guards sometimes are useful, but I've heard many a story about them dislodging, failing to work, and even causing minor scrape injuries.

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