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My son is 2.1 years. He is going to daycare. He is pushing, and throwing all the kids who are there. He is very naughty. Doing naughty things like throwing things somewhere and also I want to know the details about toilet training and potty training also.

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Your son as adjustment problems and need special care to mingle in social life. However this too small an age and parents have to be a little patient. Toilet training tips dress your child in clothes that are easy to get off and on. Start by putting a potty chair in your child’s play area. Put your child on the potty seat when they give a signal that they need to go to the toilet. Stay calm and relaxed. If you are using the toilet, buy a toddler toilet seat with a smaller hole that fits inside the big toilet seat. Put a step there so they can climb up by themselves and rest their feet while they are sitting. Notice when your child is about to do a wee or poo. Guide them to the potty or toilet. Sit with your child and read to them while they sit on the potty (five minutes is long enough). Praise and hug your child for sitting quietly and trying to use the potty or toilet, even when they are not successful. Boys can wee standing up or sitting. Wipe your child’s bottom. Teach girls to wipe from front to back. Allow your child to pick out their ‘big boy’ or ‘big girl’ underwear after they have used the potty or toilet on their own a few times. Make sure you take your child’s potty chair with you when travelling, for consistency.
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