Khloe Kardashian proved once again that she’s one celebrity mom to look up to.
The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star took to Instagram Live to share how her two-year-old daughter True, whom she shares with Tristan Thompson, has already started her potty training. The update came about as the celeb talked about her partnership with theEary- training underwear Pampers Easy-Ups.
According to Khloe, she described her partnership with Pampers as a “no-brainer” because the training underwear has her daughter’s favourite character from Trolls, Queen Poppy which was voiced by Anna Kendrick.
She said that the underwear aren’t only comfortable and have 12-hour protection but also have the famous character. She added that the fact that True sees Poppy in it helped in getting her more excited for her potty training.
Khloe also praised the bottoms because they feel like real underwear and True enjoys the idea knowing she’s wearing underwear for big girls.
So how exactly does she go about potty training True? The Good American mogul said that she’s good at keeping her Pampers dry although accidents happen. Khloe reminded other parents out there that when it comes to potty training their children, there’s no right or wrong way. She added that everyone has accidents and they learn at their own pace.
In her case, Khloe said she makes use of incentives to get her little daughter to the toilet. She likes using stickers and TV time as reinforcements for victories on the potty. According to her, she doesn’t believe in bribing and in their case True gets rewards. You can come up with your own incentive but remember it has to be for potty time only so that they won’t get confused. You have to give your child a reason to want to go on the potty.- Advertisement -
Khloe’s technique includes putting True on the toilet with a book for five minutes every hour. She also tries to make the whole experience as exciting as possible. She added that you have to be consistent because when it comes to potty training, consistency is the key.
Also, it helps a lot if you know your child. She’s not a mind reader but she knows True’s tell-tale bathroom signs such as standing in a corner all by herself or when she does a little pee dance. Lately, True has been good at telling her mom, too.