Our perception creates our reality. Your perception, as a parent, nurtures your child’s reality. I would like to invite you to illuminate and inspire your perceptions of child development and potty training (potty learning as I prefer to call it). I will specifically be discussing potty training regression or “accidents.”
“We can complain because rose bushes have thorns, or rejoice because thorns have roses.”
We can perceive potty learning and accidents as grueling and gross undertakings or as explorations of partnership learning and bodily awareness.
Potty Learning Regression vs. Accident
Touching on Child Development as a Whole
Child development is a beautiful interplay of interconnecting experiences that contribute to learning and the expression of human life. As child development unfolds, the acquisition of new skills can happen fluidly or in sudden bursts of blossoming intermingled with times of integration. These times of integration may appear as plateau p...