Teaching children to take diapers
Taking a baby diaper and learning the etiquette of using the toilet requires skills in parents that we teach you!
Violence is forbidden!
When teaching how to use the toilet, threats, and punishment usually backfire. Taking a two-year-old out of diapers before he can easily use the toilet can lead to constipation and serious constipation. One of the rights that a child has over his parents is the issue of his health. (1)
Getting a baby out of diapers
When is my baby ready?
If the child himself asks you to let him use the toilet or to pay someone who goes to the toilet, it means that he is ready to “start training”. If you think your child is on the verge of this, ask him or her if he or she would like to try going to the bathroom. However, remember that pressuring him is wrong.
How to start toilet training?
Sometimes a child may refuse to urinate despite being ready to learn, and may even
be afraid to defecate in the toilet. Stop and then start again. Sometimes a baby will be able to control his bladder well for a few days or weeks, but suddenly, for no apparent reason, he will return to his original position or beg to use the diaper again, which is not uncommon…
Time to get the baby out of diapers
You need to be able to adapt to the uncomfortable setbacks that come with training your toilet:
Step # 1- Discovering Your Purpose There is no such thing as a urinary tract infection. It is good to know that if you have a son and he is circumcised, the chances of this type of infection are very low. However, it is recommended to consult a doctor.
Step # 2- Discovering Your Purpose There is no such thing as a “good night’s sleep.” The skill of controlling nocturnal urination is acquired over time and may even take years. Permission to wear diapers at night, or layered pants during the day, is not a sign of instability in the parents’ vote, but a sign of their correct understanding.
Step # 3- Discovering Your Purpose There has been a change in your baby’s lifestyle that has diverted his or her attention from bladder control and caused him or her to ask for diapers again.
Was the baby born into a family?
Is there a problem in the nursery? For example, a change in the work schedule, visitors, etc.
Is the child sick? Or is he too tired of his daily activities?
If none of these are present, you should know that most of these recurrences in children occur only because going to the toilet loses its freshness for the baby and, at the same time, diapers are much easier to use.
Step 4 – Start by changing the way you teach the subject. For example, if you used to ask your child, “Would you like to use a pelvis?” From now on, tell him, “Before you sit down to watch the cartoon, I ask you to go to the bathroom!” And if he says in your answer: “I do not have a toilet.” Tell him, “The TV will not turn on until he does.” Of course, be aware that turning on the TV is not his reward, but firstly it is a statement of a fact and secondly a consequence!
How to get a child used to go to the toilet?
Relate your child to the toilet to activities that are well-spaced (no more than two hours) and activities that interest him or her. For example: before going out to play, before sitting down for a snack, etc. As a result, by predicting the type of game, the child will be able to start the process in person. This may take several years. Every experienced parent knows how to tell the whole family before leaving home for more than twenty minutes of driving: “I want everyone? “Regardless of age – go to the bathroom.”
With a little thought, we came to the conclusion that preventive emptying is the best way to control the bladder. It is rare for you to wait for the urge to urinate and then just think about finding a toilet because you are aware of the consequences. You have become accustomed to going to the bathroom before going to the yard to work in the garden, before leaving home to shop, before going to bed, and so on.
Children may not be able to predict when they will need to urinate well, but with your reminders, he or she can make the same predictions as you do.
Finally, you should know that if this method is not effective in a few weeks, try to cover the baby with diapers again for another month or two without any discomfort, then start working again.
Teach the child to go to the toilet
Sometimes a child may refuse to urinate despite being ready to learn, and may even be afraid to defecate in the toilet. This type of anxiety is very common among toddlers, and it is unlikely that your urination training will be ineffective.
what’s the solution?
If the child himself asks you to let him use the toilet or to pay someone who goes to the toilet, that is, is ready to “start training”,
the solution to the problem is to separate the two functions (urine and Feces) from each other when going to the toilet. You can do this in the following ways:
Method 1 – Cover the child with special striped pants and remind him of the need to urinate in the toilet. Tell him if he feels he needs to defecate (or you can tell by his behavior) that you will put a diaper on him and go to the toilet with him (or stand outside the toilet if he prefers to be alone).
Method 2 – After defecating in the diaper, clean it. Let her flush the toilet and help her put on her pants. In the face of the natural temptation to ask the question, “Don’t you want to go to the bathroom this time?” Stand up. This may take months or years, but the child will eventually do it. If the child is pressured, he may resume wetting his pants or trapping his stool.
With this interstitial method, your child will learn how to use the toilet even though he or she may not yet have learned to use the pelvis or toilet. However, going to the bathroom to defecate in diapers is better than hiding behind a sofa or under the kitchen table to release feces in pants!
The disgraced Akram (PBUH) says: “Wash your children from pollution. Because the devil smells pollution and causes the child to be afraid in his sleep and also to annoy the angels with the child ”(2)
Taking diapers from your toddler requires your patience and the application of important skills.