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A child needs to have three developmental skill sets before he or she may be successfully potty trained. The toddler should be able to walk to and sit on the toilet, pull clothing up and down, be able to follow a two-step command, and be able to verbally indicate a need to use the toilet. The child should be able to avoid urinating and stooling for several hours at a time. Lastly, the child should be interested in potty training and enjoy imitating others.

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