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Is your child potty-trained? If so, do you notice any of the following?
- Poop stains in the underwear.
- Pieces of poop in the underwear.
- Visible poop on the hands or under the finger nails.
- A sweaty stale poop bouquet fills the room when they take off their pants to change or get in the tub for a bath.
- You put away a crayon they've just been using and it smells like butt.
- They go to the toilet, flush, come out smiling but you remember that you forgot to put in a new roll of TP after the old one ran out.
- When they spill something on the table they try to "clean up" by crumpling paper into a ball and using it to spreading the mess out across the whole table.
- Mysterious brown body paint up the child's back or down the child's legs.
- The kingergarden or daycare teacher says the kid can't wipe their own butt.
If you said yes to any of these, then your child doesn't know how to wipe their butt. Read on to find out how to teach a kid in five quick steps.