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Parenting is the hardest, and most enjoyable job a person can have. No other job can offer so much fulfillment as raising a child, watching him or her grow and develop as the result of your love and guidance. Unfortunately, children don't come with manuals. For that reason we dedicated one section of this web site to articles on parenting and childhood issues.
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DAILY TIP: You can try toilet training if your child should already be staying dry for several hours at a time, urinating about four to six times a day, and completely emptying his or her bladder. If your child is still wetting a small amount frequently (7 to 10 times a day), you should wait.