potty training

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potty train transitive verb

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Will their potty training woes, the shots of him or her in the bath with a smiling heart over their privates, and the tantrums captured for laughs some day be a source of embarrassment and resentment? Michelle Ruiz, Vogue, "The One Question Parents Should Ask Themselves Before Posting Their Kids on Social Media," 14 Jan. 2019 Seems as though puberty, algebra and bullying does outweigh potty training, nap-time strikes and picky eating habits, according to new research from Arizona State University published in the journal Developmental Psychology. Christine Coppa, Good Housekeeping, "Middle School Proves to Be the Most Stressful Time — for the Whole Family," 27 Jan. 2016 Letting your toddler run around the house without a diaper is usually a weekend-only adventure in American potty training. Bonnie Vengrow, Good Housekeeping, "6 Parenting Tips From Around The World That Only Sound Crazy To Americans," 21 July 2016 Rory found himself in over his head with raising a toddler and in particular, potty training. Mary Cadden, USA TODAY, "Country musician Rory Feek remembers life with wife Joey and looks ahead in new book," 18 June 2018 Uncontrolled diarrhea could be blamed on a mother’s faulty potty training. Jim Carrier, STAT, "Lobotomies were once used to treat this gut disease, part of a shameful medical history," 12 June 2018 Julian Castillo has autism, family members said, struggled with potty training, and would throw fits if asked to eat anything other than string cheese or pop tarts. Cleve R. Wootson Jr., chicagotribune.com, "She spent 14 years caring for a granddaughter with cerebral palsy. Then she shot her, Kentucky police say.," 15 Mar. 2018 Their mothers are serving time for crimes from fraud, to drug dealing, to robbery – but also devoting time to nap schedules and potty training. Whitney Eulich, The Christian Science Monitor, "Serving time with Mom in prison: cruel sentence, or a child's right?," 13 Mar. 2018 Hence, starting potty training from birth aims to help a mother get her farmwork done. Alma Gottlieb, Washington Post, "Toilet training at 2 is normal in U.S. but very late in China and other countries," 15 Jan. 2018

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1946, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of potty training was in 1946

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potty training

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