13004 - 2T-3T
|Ages 2T/3T: Fits approx. 26-33 lbs|
|Ages 3T/4T: Fits approx. 30-37 lbs|
Package Includes: Set of 3 Organic Cotton Potty Training Pants
Designed in the USA
Content: Body 100% Certified Organic Control Standard OCS100 ORGANIC COTTON, exclusive of trims. Inside padding 80/20 Cotton/Polyester Terry.
Inside padding is intentionally made from 80/20 Cotton/Polyester Terry for extra absorbency and comfort. No Polyester fiber filling used.
Care: Machine Wash, Tumble Dry Low
According to many potty-training guides, most children are not ready to begin training until 18-24 months...
Parents can speed things up by teaching readiness skills... 18 months: Begin teaching aboutpee, poop and
how the body works... 21 months: Begin teaching about the potty and toilet... 2 years: Begin using teaching aids.
ZOOCCHINI potty training pants are designed to fit ages 2 years to 4 years. Click on our convenient
and easyto shop Age & Size Guide to select the most appropriate size for your child.Age & Size Guide
Super-soft organic cotton/spandex stretch rib using GOTS Certified ORGANICALLY GROWN COTTON
ZOOCCHINI potty training pants are perfect for that potty training time in a child's life.
Using a real underwear can increase a child's motivation.
Choose from your child's favorite ZOOCCHINI characters and reward for their success.
Most daycare staff recommend to go directly to underwear. Kids can really feel when they’re wet in underwear.
"... a pull-up diaper is exactly the same as a diaper and kids think they can do the same thing in it."
"... Regular diapers and pull ups give a child permission to pee now rather than use the potty!"
did you know… babies diapered in cotton are potty-trained much sooner - on average, at 30 months of age... potty-trained children avoid diaper rash and diaper-related infections… early potty training helps parents save money and timeon diapering, and have more flexibility when searching for daycare and preschools…
and, some interesting tidbits… until the mid-1900s, the average age of starting toilet training was still under one year, at 11 months, and the vast majority of babies finished toilet training by 2 years, and achieved nighttime dryness by 3 years… since then, the age for toilet training has increased dramatically… in 2002, the average age that parents recognized their child “showing an interest in using the potty” was 24–25 months, and daytime dryness was achieved on average at almost 3 years of age… nighttime accidents are now considered normal until 5 or 6 years of age… a 2000 WSJ article reported that, “children now wear diapers until they are 36 to 42 months old, some 6 months longer than they did 16 years ago.”… boys tend to train later than girls… 48% of boys were not trained until after 3 years old compared to 30% of girls… 4% of the children were potty-trained by 2 years… 22% by 2.5 years… 60% by 3 years… 88% by 3.5 years of age… 2% were not trained at 4 years old...
no matter when or how you train, a child will be less competent than an adult... most fully-trained children aren’t ready to go to the bathroom unattended until 36 months or later... there is more than one method to potty-train children… it is not necessary to choose a single method—in fact, your child will benefit from a combination of verbal, physical, social, and other forms of training no matter what their age.
Note: This article is designed to help inform you about some fun potty training tips and is not recommended as a substitute for medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment; nor is it meant to take the place of physician or other qualified health care professional advice and consultation.
“Children don’t need adults to train them to use the toilet. They do need attuned, communicative parents and caregivers to support and facilitate the toilet learning process, a process that is individual to each child.”