The New Mommy Media has announced the release of a new guide and podcast episode on potty training at nap and nighttime with details on why it’s more challenging than daytime potty training and what parents can do to help their child master it.
The popular New Mommy Media has announced the release of a new guide and podcast episode from its popular Parent Savers’ show with practical tips, information and an expert interview on nap and nighttime potty training.
More information is available at http://newmommymedia.com/blog/potty-training-naps-night.
The New Mommy Media is a highly popular network of audio podcasts based in San Diego, California, where new and expecting parents can find some of the most entertaining, informative and helpful shows, discussions, tips or advice on a range of pregnancy and parenting topics as they transition into parenthood.
The company has announced the release of a new guide on potty training at nap and nighttime with details on the differences between daytime potty training and the seemingly more challenging hurdle of nap or nighttime potty training, how to known when a child is physically and emotionally ready and how the parents can help their child stay dry and deal with accidents.
The new guide is accompanied by an episode of its popular Parent Savers podcast sharing a range of practical information, advice and discussion with the renowned child psychologist, Deb Pontillo, on why potty training during naps or at night is more challenging and seems to takes longer as well as what parents can do to help encourage the process, which is available at http://newmommymedia.com/episode/potty-training-naptime-and-nighttime.
Additional information on the new “Potty Training at Naps and Night” guide or podcast episode and more on its popular Parent Savers show hosted by dad Johner Riehl and moms Erin Esteves and KC Wilt along with details on New Mommy Media and its 700+ audio podcast episodes for new and expecting parents can be consulted at the website link provided above or at http://newmommymedia.com/about.
The New Mommy Media team explains that “even once our littles ones star using the potty on a regular basis, it may not be time to abandon those diapers and pull-ups just yet. Naptime and nighttime are often called the final frontiers in potty training because they are typically more challenging and take longer for kids to master. Fortunately, there are some things parents can do to make that transition a little bit easier.”