I see a lot of parents asking this question: Who should do the potty training? Mom or dad.
Most of the times this doesn’t matter that much. A good idea would probably be that the parent who’s noticed the toilet training readiness signs most should also take care of the training.
Here is what I’m talking about:
On the other hand it doesn’t mean that if one parent toilet trains the child, the other parent doesn’t get involved. For instance when your teaching a toddler boy how to pee standing up in the toilet, it will be so much easier if dad is gonna show him exactly how it goes.
One thing that is important and helps alot when it comes to how fast the training will go, is that the person who’s most involved in your child’s learning activities should be leading the toilet training.
I know when I potty trained my little girl Angela, that I was the one who was doing most of the work, while daddy took care of the rewards part of the process. It took us three whole days to potty train her.
With all that being said, make sure no matter who’s doing the training to always have a positive attitude. And one more thing, try not to involve to many people because this get’s the child confused and can have a negative effect on the outcome.