Penn Holderness and family are back with a rap that's all about that bathroom humor.
Flush away the 5 biggest potty predicaments.
What do I do when my child won't poop in the potty?
Working your way through typical potty-training issues.
Our readers shared some of their ickiest, gross-out parenting moments from potty training and sick days.
Trading the kid-size potty for the adult-size toilet.
Help your child learn to use something besides your own familiar potty.
Is your potty-trained child suddenly having accidents? Find out why potty regression is happening -- and how to avoid it.
The New Jersey Attorney General's office has filed a discrimination suit against a preschool for allegedly expelling a girl with Down syndrome for failing to toilet train. Here's why one expert argues that potty-training deadlines are a bad idea for any child.
With potty training, desperation can be the father of invention.
Your child's now a toddler, and it's time to wean him off diapers -- but how do you begin? These seven steps will lead you through potty training from start to finish.
My daughter wants to pee like a boy. Is that so bad?
Think you understand constipation--and how to fix it--when it comes to your kids? You may be surprised.
Learn how to make the process of nighttime potty training easier with these expert tips!
Your child might be done with diapers, but the toilet training isn't over. Use our advice to solve your kid's bathroom blues.
Dying to get him out of diapers, but not sure if he's ready? See how many of these sure-fire potty training-readiness signs your little one shows!
Why he may be wetting the bed and how to put an end to it.
Kids in other parts of the world learn to use the toilet by age 2 or earlier, so why not here?
Proving public bathroom comradery is real, a road-tripping mom and daughter got some encouragement from a helpful stranger.
My 4-year-old daughter refuses to poop on the potty.
Learn how to spot four potty-resistant personalities to avoid regression during toilet training.
A North Carolina mom's story about her daughter's bathroom accident serves as an important reminder that all parents should know their child's school's policy on helping with poop.
Little rewards can go a long way, especially while potty training. Learn how to motivate your toddler with fun incentives that work, like stickers on a chart or extra bedtime stories.
You asked, we answered! These experts cover all things potty training, making your problems a thing of the past.
Where to pee and where not to pee, that is the question.
If your child wets the bed, here are four important things a pediatric urologist wants you to know. Most importantly: Bedwetting is highly treatable.