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Potty Training Magic Book

Potty training is a major and exciting milestone for toddlers yet something all parents universally dread – and put off! Amanda Jenner, ITV’s Toilet Training expert with decades of experience, is here to help you think differently and approach this challenge with confidence – and even with a little bit of magic. Amanda’s hugely successful five day plan, with no need to take time off work or wait until the holidays, will help you to know.

– Know when your toddler is ready and how best to prepare

– See the world through your toddler’s eyes – and be their best coach

– Overcome setbacks including regression and constipation

– Use the most effective language and harness creative play to make it all fun!

Covering every conceivable problem, and suitable for children with learning difficulties, with Amanda’s super easy playful plan there’s no excuse not to get started.

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Bizziebaby Silver Award Winner 2022 Potty Training, Toilet Training & Parental Books Category 

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Potty Training Magic Book Reviews

Product Tested By Maggie Goffin – Christopher 1 Year

Maggie Awarded The Potty Training Magic Book 5/5

Good sized clear book, waffle on the back gave a good idea of what to expect from the book. Front cover basic but appealing, showed an idea of what the book was about and did spark my interest. The 5 day plan was very helpful, my almost two year old was starting to look possible for starting but after reading this section we decided that it is still too early, we were getting carried away at the idea of potty training and getting rid of nappies and this brought our thoughts back into a tick box idea to see if he was ready. We sometimes forget that our toddlers are still learning about their emotions and life and that they can be emotional and small things can set them back on their training, this helped remind that they are only small and that getting angry at accidents etc will not help. Also helps remind that toddler’s do like to please and get our attention, so a lot of their behaviours can be so their parents are with them. Nice little section to help understand the ins and outs of what goes through our little ones minds when they are learning, and also that there are things we can do to help keep their digestive process happy and healthy. Also interesting about how constipation etc can come about and be dealt with. Some of the suggested phrases were good to use to help get away from the negative parts of the accidents and turn them into positive praise in the hopes that this helps build the understanding and helps them to want to train. The plan was easy to understand and would be straight forward to follow, a lot is a little down to some common sense but it helps bring all the ideas together and reassures that what is happening with our little ones is normal. We didn’t get to apply the plan as after reading section on whether they are ready it is obviously he isn’t ready to train yet and we still have a little way to go. We did use some of the preparing, so he has a potty and we are watching him to see the signs so we can help him to understand when he is needing/going and introducing the language around potty training. Christopher wasn’t actually ready to train. Using some of the ideas around training through he is starting to understanding about sitting on potty and attempting to take his nappy off, this has come about by us following a little bits of introducing words. This book is down to earth, normal everyday language. The author doesn’t talk down to parents and it is all written as somebody who has experienced all the ups and downs of potty training and wouldn’t judge. This book is good value. Quality of the book is fine, it isn’t overly expensive or too cheaply made. Although there are some nice little ideas which consolidate the things I have come across before I think that it wouldn’t be a necessary purchase for me, this is my third child so I have potty trained before just using my own thoughts and ideas which has worked for me. It would be more likely to be a book I would borrow from a friend/library as unlikely to need to read more than once or twice. Reading it has mostly just confirmed my approached works. I would recommend for friends/family who are on their first child and unsure about how to go about potty training it certainly can be a good little buy. It would definitely be good for somebody who has no idea how to go about training their toddler or who is having problems with the process and needs a fresh approach. Nice little book which details the ins and outs, ups and downs of potty training. For me is confirmed my approaches from my previous children, it did give one or two fresh thoughts for me that I can use plus it did help pin point that my son is not ready yet.  Nice easy read with some good ideas and methods to go about the potty training. Was interested that the method she applied did differ from the method that when looking on forums you see a lot of people suggesting but Amanda doesn’t suggest. It does help reinforce ideas and that we as parents are needed to take an active approach and that children thrive on trying to please. Liked the extra note to parents bits. Maggie Goffin – Christopher 1 Year

Product Tested By Samantha Friend – Isabella 18 Months

Samantha Awarded The Potty Training Magic Book 5/5

My first impression was the book looked great. The front cover was really appealing and made the book look fun with the illustration on the front cover. The 5 day plan section was really helpful. It’s given me helpful information to know when my child is ready for potty training and things to look out for when the time comes. I thought this section was such a good idea! It really helped me to understand how it must feel for the child going through potty training. This section was also great. We struggled with regression with my eldest when she was potty trained but the book has given me helpful tips to manage that this time around if needed. Again, another really useful section. Potty training my eldest was stressful and wasn’t fun but hopefully this time round, I can make it a much more enjoyable experience with the help of the book. When it comes to my toddler being ready for potty training, I will definitely be following the 5 day plan and look forward to it making the process an enjoyable one. My child isn’t quite ready for potty training yet but hopefully it won’t be long until I can try the tips from the book. Probably I liked the section on seeing it through my child’s eyes the most.  Great value for money for anybody about to start potty training or anybody struggling with it. Lovely quality book with plenty of useful information. I would definitely consider buying this book. Anything to help with something we all dread! I would definitely recommend this book to anybody who is about to start the potty training journey. I’ve really enjoyed reading through this book. Although we aren’t quite ready to start potty training yet, it’s given me the tools and knowledge to try and do it slightly differently this time round. Samantha Friend – Isabella 18 Months

Product Tested By Zoe Naylor – Ava 22 Months

Zoe Awarded The Potty Training Magic Book 4/5

It looked like a nice and easy read, wasn’t too daunting as the book wasn’t too thick, it felt like it may be a manageable read over a few days. I liked how the cover looked, it was colourful and appealing and made it easy to see what it was about. I found the 5 day plan section really helpful, it helped me to think more about the signs to look for when preparing to potty train. There were some things in there that I hadn’t considered that made me realise waiting a little longer is sometimes best rather than forcing it. I liked the section on the world through my child’s eyes as it helped me to think about how it was for my toddler, therefore helping me prepare her more for potty training.  I found it useful to refer back to and will do so as potty training continues. Although we have not yet successfully completed potty training, this book is a useful guide for helping me through the process.  I have not had to use this section yet fully, but can see how useful it will be when getting to this stage.  My eldest had a few issues around constipation so this chapter was useful to assist with her, even though she is older and potty trained – this highlighted that it is a book that will still be useful once potty training has been accomplished. It is useful to know the language to use so as to not put my toddler off and it was a useful tool to refer back to.  The creative play ideas are useful and I can see how they would help. I like the idea of the plan, but using the previous chapters in the book it was evident that my toddler was not quite ready for potty training, however I can see how useful this section will be when we get to that stage.  Thanks to Amanda and the previous chapter on being ready, I was able to read and interpret the signals from my daughter and realise that waiting a little longer would be more beneficial than forcing her to train now. My daughter has started to notice when she needs the toilet and thanks to this book I am aware of the signs to look out for, now that I have read it, I am ready to start the process and will be fully prepared when she shows all the signs that Amanda mentions. I like how easy it was to read and follow, compared to other books I have read, it is not complex and a lot of it just makes sense. For a book that makes potty training easier, I would say it is great value. It is a good quality book, with good quality pages, it is evident that a lot of time has been put into the content of the book and is obviously written by an expert. I would buy this as anything that makes potty training easier is worth a purchase! I would recommend as I think it helps you to prepare better for potty training. A good book with practical and easy to follow advice that should help to make potty training easier. Overall I was pleased with this book, it has some useful tips and hints for helping with potty training and the section on knowing when they are ready is particularly useful in ensuring you don’t do it before you child is ready. Zoe Naylor – Ava 22 Months

Nice easy read with some good ideas and methods to go about the potty training. Was interested that the method she applied did differ from the method that when looking on forums you see a lot of people suggesting but Amanda doesn’t suggest. It does help reinforce ideas and that we as parents are needed to take an active approach and that children thrive on trying to please. Liked the extra note to parents bits.


Maggie Awarded The Potty Training Magic Book 5/5

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