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In the first half of the show we will talk about training tips etc. How to take your game to the next level. How do you prepare for a tournament, what thoughts go on?
Second half of the show we will talk to Kettle Moraine Kubb about the upcoming Cabin Fever Kubb Tournament March 8th. They will announce the first game team pairings in a live draw. Don't miss it!!
I'll be taking more questions both live and written in. If you are writing in a question, please include the age of child and how long you've been potty training. The more specific and concise the question, the better I can answer it. You can write it here or on Facebook. Thanks! See you Tuesday at Noon, EST!
Today's episode included the following topics:
*Child has trouble falling/staying asleep. Freaks OUT when woken to nighttime potty. He's still in a crib and still completely soaked in a cloth diaper. What to do about night training?
*A week of block 1 and just starting block 2. Child is soaking through pants without a care in the world.
*Parents are planning to start potty training but have a long car trip in a month. There will be over 24 hours in the car. Should they start now or wait till after the trip?
*Child started having an accident at least once a day, out of the blue. Previously, she was absolutely potty trained.
*Starting next week. Parents plan on being out in the yard. Is having the potty chair out there okay?
*What do you do about meal time in block one?
*Tips for leaving the house when moving forward in the process and actually LEAVING THE HOUSE :)
Today's episode included the following topics:
*20 month old is doing great, especially while out of the house but having accidents at home. They are very random and he was self initiating.
*26 month old will tell Mom when she has to poop if she's bare bummed. If she's wearing pants though, she'll tell Mom right after she poops.
*Using technology as a potty training tool.
*Dribbles that have escalated into half/full accidents
*Child is 3 and has been potty trained for a year. Suddenly at daycare, he's having accidents all the time.
*Child who is in a bed, with the potty next it. Parents have put up a gate so he doesn't roam in the morning when he awakes. Child has started to pee and dump poop out of the gate in the morning.
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This week's episode included the following topics:
*Parents are doing one or 2 wake ups at night to great success. Will doing this create a dependency? How do they know when to move on?
*Night training 2 kids who share a room. One is a deep sleeper and one is a super light sleeper.
*First day of block 2...parents did a slightly longer outing and it was a full blown disaster. What to do...naked, at home potty trained is not potty trained.
*How do you stop kids from popping up off the potty? These twins have been EC'd and are starting to see the potty and pottying as a toy/joke.
*Tips for nursing and pottying, especially first thing in the morning.
*15 days in and child was doing great. All of sudden had some accidents and mom went back to block 1. Child peed on the floor like she was clueless. Help!
*Child is indicating that he'd like to start pottying but Mom is about to give birth to Child #2...jump into potty training? Or wait for maternity leave?
*Parents started "nap trainining" and child is dry 50% of the time. Should they start night training even though child still pees a TON at night?
*Can potty training release a crazy, tantrum child?
The NFL is back and training camp will start this week for most teams. We will discuss each division and what we are looking for from each team. College football is right around the corner and this is the first year of the playoffs. Call da asylum and let us know what you. Tell a friend, to tell a friend, to tell a whole bunch of girlfriends!!!!
FanRag Sports Page is hosted by Pat Whitehurst and takes on the hottest topics across the sports world.As arbitration hearings begin across the NHL, FanRag Sports hockey expert Franklin Steele joins the Sports Page to discuss potential outcomes and the impact the hearings will have on how clubs like the New York Rangers, Montreal Canadiens, and Pittsburgh Penguins. The panel will also discuss and debate the legacy of new Chicago Blackhawks forward Brad Richards in regards to the salary cap era with live callers.
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Talk turns to NFL Training Camps as Stephen Sheehan and Scott Poppen join the episode to discuss the Bills, Bears, and some fantasy football.
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