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One-Two-Pee Launches For Potty Training In Hong Kong *CLOSED

Potty Training Support

Move over diapers, there is a new friend in town. We caught up with Susan Chan-Norton of One-Two-Pee! To find out more about Hong Kong’s first and only baby pottying consultancy service.

Susan embarked on early pottying when her daughter was just seven months old, which was successful for six months. Then came a stage of regression, lots of research, a second child, lots more research, and now her consultancy service, One-Two-Pee! Susan is well-equipped to educate you on early pottying, and to help you to train your baby to use the toilet at a very young age. But why start so early? Here are some benefits of early pottying:

* Nurtures a healthy attitude towards bodily waste as a part of our everyday lives

* Saves money (disposable diapers), water and electricity (re-usable cloth diapers)

* Prevents diaper rash and keeps baby’s skin free from harsh chemicals in disposable diapers

* Reduces non-biodegradable waste sitting in landfills

* Reduces likelihood of UTIs

We love that the services offered throuh One Two Pee! are reasonably priced. Home visits, consultations and workshops all currently cost below HK$500, and clients are always free to contact Susan for advice. Of course, pottying early is not without its challenges. There may still be phases of resistance when starting early as there are when starting later, but with all the other advantages, it’s a great option to consider, especially with Susan to help! Check 1-2-Pee!’s Facebook Page for the next Baby Pottying Workshop!

Why Little Steps Loves It:​

Getting help early with baby's pottying can reduce the stress of it all, and leave parents with more time for bonding and fun!

Who It's Perfect For:

The focus is on 0 to 18 month old babies, but One Two Pee! works with toddlers up to 3 and 4 years old as well.

What Else:​

Conventional parenting advises moms and dads to change baby's diaper after the business is done, teaching children that the diaper is the toilet. If toilet use is practiced from infancy, there is essentially no need to un-train toddlers from using the diaper as a toilet.

Additional Info:​

1-2-Pee!

Susan Chan-Norton

+852 6509 4218

susanychan@hotmail.com

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