5 TOP POTTY TRAINING TIPS
Know when your child is ready. This will vary from child to child, and can be any age from 18 to 36 months. In general, girls tend to be toilet trained slightly earlier than boys - the average age for girls is 29 months, whereas for boys it's 31
Understand that the potty training process will take time. The number one thing you need in order to successfully potty train your child is patience! Potty training is a process, it does not happen overnight. You and your child will need to work on it together and overcome any accidents and setbacks.
Get the right equipment. A training potty is the easiest and least intimidating option for a child new to potty training. You can get all sorts of cute potties, some in the shape of your child's favorite cartoon characters. These are a good choice as you want your child to feel as comfortable as possible with the potty and enthusiastic about using it.
Read potty-themed picture books. Many parents have found books dealing with the subject of potty training to be an extremely helpful tool in teaching their child how and why they should use the potty. These books are often humorous and encouraging, with engaging pictures which children can relate to.
Let your child go nappy-free for an hour or two a day. Many parents recommend the technique of removing a child's diaper and letting them run around the house naked for a couple of hours a day. They will enjoy the feeling, while also learning to recognize their body's "need-to-go" signals, without the safety net of a diaper.
Supamamas & Pampers celebrated Kenyan mums through the “Mama Pampering Event”.
Well known mums such as Pinky Ghelani and Suzie Wokabi (Beauty) joined over 200 Nairobi mums at Pride Inn Centre, Westlands to enjoy a measure of luxury and a reprieve from everyday routine, in appreciation of the important role that mothers play in bringing up their children.
During the Mamas Appreciation Day, mums from across the city were pampered with manicures, make-over and all-round red carpet treatment. In addition, a number of pertinent issues affecting mums across economic divides were addressed. Mums had candid discussions with coaches and experts on maintaining a healthy work-family balance, hair and skin care guidelines from experts.
Supamamas is passionate about Inspiring, Informing and Connecting Mums in Kenya.
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Every year, we look for opportunities to give back to the society.
We have had the pleasure to interact and spend some time with the kids at Kenyatta National Hospital Pediatric Cancer Ward where we spent an afternoon having fun and showing love to the children We also visited the Maternity Ward where members of Supamamas Group donated items to help the new mums.
In 2013 We visited Langata Womens' Prison supported by several individuals and corporate and look forward to doing more projects you are welcome to partner with us on an individual or company level.
MUMS ARE SPECIAL
Supamamas organizes frequent events to Inspire, Inform and Connect mothers with each other.
At our events women enjoy plenty of giveaways and we thank all of our sponsors who come on board to make mums feel special especially. We have worked closely with Haco, Bank of Africa, Sweet Inspirations, Slim Therapy, Rafiki Micro Finance. Get in touch if you are a company that targets women and children.