There's no magic age at which children are ready to start learning how to use the potty, but some develop the necessary physical and cognitive skills between 18 and 24 months of age. And some children aren't interested in potty training until they're closer to 3, or even 4. Use the checklist below to measure your 2-year-old's progress toward readiness, and keep in mind that starting before your child is truly ready doesn't mean you'll finish sooner — it's more likely that the process will just end up taking longer. You don't have to wait until you've checked off every item to start training. Just look for a general trend toward independence and an understanding of what it means to go to the bathroom like a grown-up.
Potty training readiness checklist (age 2)
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Successful potty training for girls
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You'll miss many things once your baby grows up, but changing dirty diapers is probably not one of them. Still, it doesn't pay to be in a hurry: Teaching your daughter how to use the potty requires time and patience on your part and a reasonable degree of cooperation and motivation on your child's. Lucky for you, experts say girls potty train earlier than boys because girls aren't as easily distracted.