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Iya Villania gives tips on how to potty train babies

/ 01:01 PM December 04, 2020

Iya Villania

Baby Alana and mom Iya Villania (Image: Facebook/Iya Villania)

Iya Villania gave advice on how to potty train babies as she continues to teach her 4-month-old daughter, Alana.

The TV host and mother of three shared some tips along with an adorable photo of her potty training Alana on Facebook yesterday, Dec. 3. Villania explained that Alana has lately been waking up at 4:30 a.m. to go to the toilet. She then goes back to sleep an hour later.


“[She] normally just feeds back to sleep but when I noticed that she unlatches and starts to kick around, then I figured that must be the cue that she needs to go,” she added.



Villania also stated that trying to get a baby to sit on a toilet is “crazy.”

“You’ll be surprised! It’s almost so natural for them to poo in the toilet!” she noted. “It must be the pooping position.”

She then advised fellow parents who are potty training their babies to take them to the toilet when they know the baby will normally poop.

“[Like] in the morning or before bath time,” Villania said, “and then make it a routine!”

Villania gave birth to Alana, her third child with husband Drew Arellano, last July. The couple also shares two sons named Primo and Leon.  /ra



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