Just as a baby will inevitably experience a fall in the early stages of school, almost all babies will inevitably experience Diaper
pants during the process of learning toilet skills. If you can accept this fact calmly, you can handle the Baby diaper
incident with a calm and calm attitude. As the baby grows, the diaper
pants will eventually disappear.
How does mom handle the diaper pants correctly?
User question: Male baby 27 months... The new problem is coming again. After removing the diaper, the child will often pee in the pants. Maybe when he changes his wet pants, my attitude is not very good. The child is now I didn't dare to snoring when I was wet, and even wet a few pants for half an hour. Seeing that other parents took the diaper out of the baby is very fast, I feel that my mother is a good failure.
Urine pants event is normal
Just as a baby will inevitably experience a fall in the early stages of school, almost all babies will inevitably experience diaper pants during the process of learning toilet skills. If you can accept this fact calmly, you can handle the baby diaper incident with a calm and calm attitude. As the baby grows, the diaper pants will eventually disappear.
Causes and countermeasures of diaper pants
Even if the baby has successfully used the toilet for several months, occasionally the diaper should be accepted and forgiven. Finding the cause of "mistakes" and taking corresponding countermeasures is more conducive to the growth of your baby than to temper your baby.
Ways to deal with diaper pants
Whether the baby forgets to use the toilet to soil the clothes, or accidentally soiled the clothes while using the toilet, please help him clean the clothes quickly and calmly. Be sure to show your sympathy to your baby. The baby who has soiled the clothes is already scared. He doesn't want to happen like this, and the dirty and damp clothes will make him feel uncomfortable. Please give the baby in a panic a warm hug and tell him that he can do better the next time.
Don't scream out loud and blame your baby. Criticizing the baby aloud, yelling at the baby, asking the baby to apologize or admit mistakes will only make him feel more afraid and even begin to conflict with toilet training. With a calm attitude, he can quickly return to the correct track of toilet training, and the next time it is easy to do well.
Do not punish your baby to continue wearing dirty clothes. Trying to give the baby a lesson by letting the baby continue to wear dirty clothes will only make the baby feel more upset and shy. Please calmly and gently say to your baby: "Come, let's change to clean clothes, pants, and remember to use your toilet next time." And quickly help your baby clean up the clothes.
Also don't tell the baby that he is still young. If the baby is still small, it will let the baby find an excuse to retreat, which is not conducive to the baby's growth.
TIPS: toilet training is not a competition, away from the comparison between parents
Your baby has his own progress when studying toilet skills. Don't let the negative emotions of parents affect the progress of the child's learning, and even affect the intimate relationship between you and your baby. It is important to remember that toilet training is not a competition. It is unfair for the baby to “competition” with other babies. Parents should also learn to ignore the comments of others. The baby’s self-care in the morning and evening does not reflect your ability to raise your baby.