LE MODE D'EMPLOI DE "BYE-BYE MA COUCHE" !

HOW TO USE “BYE-BYE MY DIAPER”!

Dear Parents,

Your little one is growing up, and let's start acquiring continence!

To give you a helping hand, here are some steps to follow to effectively use your little book "Bye-Bye my diaper", and accompany it gently.

1) FREE DISCOVERY


Start by sticking a pretty photo on page 9, then give your child their little book. Let him discover it freely, tell you what he understands about the story in his words, play at moving the little characters.

2) ASK HIM QUESTIONS AND REFORMULATE HIS ANSWERS SO THAT THEY ARE CLEARER

What does the story tell? Ahhh it’s a child who goes on the potty!

Who is the hero? It's you ? So you're the child on the potty?

And what else do you do in your story? You put the diaper in the trash, wow!

3) DO LIKE IN THE BOOK

On page 1, you put the diaper in the trash... What if you threw it away for real?

Oh you want to sit on the potty and read your little book like on page 4?

And now we wash our hands...

4) ADOPT A RITUAL

Suggest that your child go to the potty very regularly, and leave the book “Bye-Bye my diaper” always within reach.

The idea is to replace the diaper habit with the new habit of the potty on which you read your little book.

FIRST START AT HOME DAYTIME (EXCLUDING NAP), THEN ONCE THIS IS GAINED, REMOVE THE DIAPER OUTSIDE TOO.

5) THE PATH TO VICTORY

This is in no way a reward system, but rather an incentive.

The acquisition of continence can be punctuated by small “accidents”, and the child can become discouraged by wetting his clothes. The path to victory is there, not to reward him, but to remind him concretely and visually that he is on the right path.

The idea is above all not to punish your child by depriving him of sticking a sticker when he doesn't go potty, but on the contrary to always find a reason to allow him to stick a sticker.

By seeing the path fill up, your little one will be filled with pride and will want to continue on this path. Success breeds success, and the path to victory will allow him to materialize his progress.

6) IF HE DOES ON HIM

This will happen initially and is part of the learning.

Gently remind him that he should go in the potty and not in his pants, then take him to finish on the potty.

If he doesn't do anything, offer to give him a sticker for sitting there, even a little late... The goal is encouragement!

7) WHAT ABOUT THE NIGHT?

Once continence is achieved during the day, you can repeat the process at night, but only when you feel your child is ready.

It is better to avoid doing it too early, so as not to inflict nights of wet and disappointing awakenings. Keep in mind that some children still wet their sheets up to the age of 7 without it being a problem.

After 7 years, you may consider consulting a doctor.

Some children, however, manage to do night and day simultaneously... so it's up to you to observe your little one!

Your child will very soon say "Bye-Bye my diaper", so bring nice pants!

Always stay very positive, and may this acquisition, like all the others, be done with joy!

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1 comment

Bonjour. A partir de quelle age commencer a mettre en place le pot?

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