The Parenting Clubhouse Podcast Episode 157: What I Would Change about My Own Potty Training Journey

Since Spring and Summer are key times for potty training for most parents, for the next foreseeable future I’ll be adding in extra potty training episodes on the podcast to give you some additional support. I’ll be talking about the how-to of potty training, using rewards, outlining when potty training is over, and describing what life really looks like when potty training is over, which will be very helpful if your child is the first one you’re potty training. Don’t forget that I do have a lot of previous episodes on potty training, so search my episodes to see if any of those episodes can give you some guidance when it comes to potty training.

But today I want to get a little personal and talk about what I would change about my own potty training journey. 

Even if your potty training journey resulted in successfully potty training your toddler, there may still be some things you’d do differently, and I, as a real mama, am in the same boat as you; there’s something major that I would change, and I’ll share that with you today. 

I’ll also be reviewing the method that I used so that you can get a better understanding of what my potty training journey looked like. 

Let’s head to the show. 


  • Laura Lynn explains the method she used to potty train her son;
  • She shares the struggle she had during potty training and what she would change so that the struggle wouldn’t be so hard; and  
  • She describes why potty training has more to do with the parent than with the child. 


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