3 Day Potty Training by Lora Jensen

3 Day Potty Training

By Lora Jensen

  • Release Date: 2013-10-05
  • Genre: Parenting
Score: 3.5
From 22 Ratings
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3 Day Potty Training gives you a step-by-step approach to toilet training that aims to have your child completely potty trained in as little as 3 days.

You will learn how to:
+ Work with the child that has ZERO interest or motivation;
+ Work with stubborn children;
+ Get your child to actually go IN the toilet when they are ON the toilet;
+ Travel with your newly potty trained child;
+ Correctly address regression or relapses;
+ Potty train twins and triplets;
+ Potty train children with autism or who are speech-delayed;


  • Worked with Twins!

    By GratefulTwins
    We were actually given a bootleg copy of this eBook. Found it extremely helpful! You do have to stick by your child's side and we found a small prize (Mickey Mouse and Thomas the Train stickers) helped a lot. But all of the ideas in this book are very useful. The book is such a simple read that it can be deceptive as to the importance of the ideas the author is conveying. For the record, we have a boy and a girl, twins, and after 3 days, they definitely had the concepts, and on the 4th day, our bed sheets were dry after both a night of sleep and after their mid-day nap time. Wonderful! You must commit, and you must do as she says, clear your schedule! Again, this was all from the bootleg copy of the book. We were so impressed by the book, we felt we owed it to the author to find her book online and pay for it... Sincerely, thank you Lora Jensen!
  • Not worth the price

    By Boredatwork034
    I was hoping that this book would have some vital information that could help me succeed in getting my 22 month old to use the potty. It was short enough to have been written during a toddler's nap time. It offered very little advice other than let your child run around with big girl panties and don't be mean when they have accidents. I could have written this book myself; it described what I have been doing with no success during the past 4 days... stalking my toddler all around the house! It offered very little guidance for any of the conflicts or issues that may (and will) arise. I personally have a strong willed child who refuses to sit on the potty even after telling me that she needs to go. I was hoping for an alternative to using force, but all that was given was to keep taking her to the bathroom until she wants to sit on her own. It confirms that I shouldn't use force, but it doesn't give any other ideas to motivate her to use it on her own. Overall, I feel just as lost as I did before dropping 12.99 on this book. I got more helpful ideas by doing a web search on google.