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The little one of his best friend Shanshan’s family, Little Bean, is just 8 months old, and Shanshan has begun to worry about his daily “poop”.


Shanshan was also very sad when she said: “Grandma used to pee on him every day, or she would pull it on her pants and pants, teach him to use a toilet, how can I not learn, but what to do!” ”

Emmm…… This is a big question!

Learning to urinate and urinate on your own is the first step for children to become independent!

But, as Shanshan worried:

When exactly does the child start toilet training?

When can I use a toilet? What if I don’t like to use it?

How to choose the right toilet for your child?

Today, let’s take a look with Xiaobian to see how to choose a “perfect” toilet for your child and let your child start the first step of toilet training!


When can I use a toilet?

Too long to read the version:

1 “Toilet training” ≠ “pee”! 2 When you are close to the age of 2, you start toilet training, at this time, pay attention to the “signal” of the child to go to the toilet independently. 3 To start toilet training, you need to learn to use a toilet.

Toilet training is not the same as the “urine and defecation” often said in the past, but training aimed at “child-led, self-completed process of urination and defecation”.

How old can a child be to start potty training?

In general, children around the age of 2 are able to control bowel movements on their own. That is, children

When I was close to 2 years old

, parents can consider starting toilet training.

This is because infants and young children before the age of 1 have not yet matured bladder development and nervous system development, and physiologically do not have the ability to control bowel movements independently. If you “urinate and defecate” at this time, it will not only go against the child’s will and natural development laws, but also cause certain adverse effects on the child’s hip joint and sphincter.

In addition, although most children are ready for toilet training around the age of 2, some children can

20 months of age

Start training, some need to wait

27 months of age


Boys may come later than girls

In fact, parents don’t have to worry too much about the age at which to start toilet training,

The children are relatively older and have a slightly higher success rate of toilet training.

Studies have shown that

The average age at which children complete toilet training is about 2 and a half years old.

As soon as your child’s toilet training begins, he or she can learn to use a toilet seat.


How to choose the right toilet?

Better tools make good work!

Before your child’s toilet training begins, it is necessary to choose a suitable toilet for children.

Basic requirements for choosing a toilet

Materials should be safe.

Because children’s toilets come into direct contact with your baby’s skin, it’s best to choose them

Food grade

Plastic products.

In addition, parents should better touch it with their hands and pay attention to the smooth and burr-free around the toilet, so as not to make the child uncomfortable to use and even stab the child.

Durable, lightweight and easy to clean.

Toilets that are not easy to brush … It’s a headache to think about.

It is best to choose the design of the inner tank container that can be separated, which is convenient for pouring and cleaning.

In addition, the inner tank container is a curvilinear toilet that is easier to clean.

The bottom should be non-slip, and it is best if the chassis is heavier.

The non-slip design of the bottom of the toilet is to prevent the child from accidentally slipping when sitting up and standing up, and the toilet with a wide bottom is not easy for the child to kick over.

There are backrests and armrests.

Toilets with backrests and armrests are more comfortable for children to sit on, and adults are easier to move.

But when choosing this type of toilet, parents must pay attention to the position of the armrest.

The pants are not completely taken off when the child goes to the toilet, so if the armrest of the toilet is at the front, the child will be very inconvenient when going to the toilet, it is easy to pee on the pants, and it is easy to fall when hanging when standing up.

Choose the right size.

Different children’s toilets are designed to vary in size.

Some inferior children’s toilets are designed without concern for the size of the toilet width and height:

Too high, the child sits on it with his feet dangling, which is very uncomfortable; Too wide, and it will affect the distance between the child’s feet.

In addition, if the inner ring of the toilet is designed to be large, the child’s small butt is easy to fall or stuck, which has certain safety risks.

Therefore, it is best for parents to know the size when choosing a toilet.

Storage convenience.

Choosing a children’s toilet also requires consideration of the family housing space.

Generally speaking, the bathroom is relatively small, and if the children’s toilet is too large, it may have to be moved around, which is very inconvenient. Therefore, the choice should be suitable size, space-saving and easy to store.

How to choose a toilet?

At present, there are many kinds of children’s toilets on the market, but they can be summarized in two categories:

The first category is seat-type children’s toilets; The second category is toilet gaskets.

Let’s first take a look at the optional types of seat-type children’s toilets:

Integrated children’s toilet

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Simple and lightweight, the height is also suitable; The price is relatively cheap.


It is inconvenient to clean, unhygienic without a lid, easy to be used as a toy by children, small in size, and does not take too long.

The toilet slot is removable

Generally, the toilet tank is taken out from above, and the split design makes it easier to clean; In addition, it is generally equipped with a toilet lid that is relatively hygienic.

The docking part of the toilet trough requires extra attention, carefully squeezed into the child, and the portability is not as good as the one-piece.


With a one-time purchase, you can transition to your child’s use of an adult toilet, and the adaptation process is relatively easy.

Large volume, relatively space-occupied, relatively heavy and not easy to carry, generally more expensive in price.

Foldable portable

Simple and lightweight, relatively hygienic, very suitable for travel.

The use rate is low and requires additional preparation in addition to the household children’s toilet.

Children’s toilets are basically included in the above types, let’s talk about it next

Children’s toilet gasket

Toilet gasket

It is very easy to clean, and parents are free from the trouble of cleaning poop, and can quickly let children accept and learn to use adult toilets.

The use of this toilet also requires the purchase of a toilet ladder or a floor mat, which is inconvenient to disassemble.

And most children in the early stage of toilet training may not be willing to climb so high to solve the problem of defecation, perhaps fear, or discomfort, or the shape is not attractive enough, and the feasibility is low.

In addition, choose this toilet to see if the child can really step on the pedal.


It is recommended to wait until your child is comfortable using the toilet before transitioning to using a children’s toilet mat.

Parents are not recommended: toilets with too many extra features.

Some of the original design is to attract children to like the toilet and enjoy the toilet process, so a lot of lights, music, toys, etc. are used to prevent children from running around.

But in fact, this design may distract the child’s attention and lead to only playing without pulling, which is not conducive to the child’s toilet training. Therefore, it is not recommended to buy.

Of course, before really starting toilet training, it is not recommended to let children read and play on the toilet, so as not to affect the child’s cognition of the toilet, and the child is easily distracted and affect the process of defecation in the future.


What should I do if my child does not like to use the toilet?

In this case, parents try these methods:

1 Let the child familiarize himself with the toilet first, and at first he can not take off his diapers, so that he knows how to use the toilet.

2 Once your child is used to sitting on the toilet, you can remove the diaper to allow him to defecate and help your child learn to keep his feet firmly on the ground, which is very important for children to master toileting independently in the future. Once your child has experienced the process of completing a bowel movement, he may be more interested in using the toilet properly.

3 After the toilet, you can also let the child experience his own flushing, satisfying his curiosity and sense of achievement.

4 Parents can also “lead by example” and demonstrate to their children so that they really understand the purpose of toilets.

The editor said

In this process, the child may initially make a “mistake” due to not being used to it, and parents should not be disappointed and angry about this. On the contrary, it takes a lot of patience to wait for the child to adapt to the process.

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