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The fun and easy-to-follow guide to potty training even the most stubborn child just 3 days Lora shares the method she put together in a step-by-step book that has children potty trained in just 3 short days.  Not just for pee and poop but for day and night too!  Lora’s method is all about training the child to learn their own body signs.  If the parent is having to do all The fun and easy-to-follow guide to potty training even the most stubborn child just 3 days Lora shares the method she put together in a step-by-step book that has children potty trained in just 3 short days.  Not just for pee and poop but for day and night too!  Lora’s method is all about training the child to learn their own body signs.  If the parent is having to do all the work, then the child isn’t truly trained, but with Lora’s method your child will learn when their body is telling them that they need to use the potty and they will communicate that need to you.


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The fun and easy-to-follow guide to potty training even the most stubborn child just 3 days Lora shares the method she put together in a step-by-step book that has children potty trained in just 3 short days.  Not just for pee and poop but for day and night too!  Lora’s method is all about training the child to learn their own body signs.  If the parent is having to do all The fun and easy-to-follow guide to potty training even the most stubborn child just 3 days Lora shares the method she put together in a step-by-step book that has children potty trained in just 3 short days.  Not just for pee and poop but for day and night too!  Lora’s method is all about training the child to learn their own body signs.  If the parent is having to do all the work, then the child isn’t truly trained, but with Lora’s method your child will learn when their body is telling them that they need to use the potty and they will communicate that need to you.

30 review for 3 Day Potty Training

  1. 4 out of 5

    Carol Litkouhi

    When I purchased 3 Day Potty Training by Lora Jensen at the beginning of 2015, Jensen had a guaranteed refund policy on her website. If you followed her method, got mentoring and did not see results, she would refund the money. Although I am angry at the way in which Jensen’s method failed with my daughter, my biggest grievance is that Jensen promised me this guarantee, has since removed the guarantee from her website (I suspect many others have had trouble like I did), and will not response to When I purchased 3 Day Potty Training by Lora Jensen at the beginning of 2015, Jensen had a guaranteed refund policy on her website. If you followed her method, got mentoring and did not see results, she would refund the money. Although I am angry at the way in which Jensen’s method failed with my daughter, my biggest grievance is that Jensen promised me this guarantee, has since removed the guarantee from her website (I suspect many others have had trouble like I did), and will not response to my request for a refund. She simply stopped responding to my ticket. Now I will talk about the ways in which her method failed with my daughter. This method might work if you have a certain type of kid, but definitely not all kids. 1. We began 3 Day Potty Training when my daughter was 22 months old. Jensen claims that 22 months is a “magic age” when practically all children are ready for potty training, whether or not parents realize it. Yes, this is a gimmick. Despite the emphasis on “positive rewards,” potty training was a battle and failed. She simply wasn’t ready. 2. Jensen’s offer to “mentor” you through the process is basically worthless. It usually takes her 24 hrs or more to respond (and when you’re doing a “3 Day Method,” that is a lot of time!). Further, none of her responses offered me any extra or clarifying advice – it was more or less what was already written in her ebook. I knew this, because I read her ebook MANY times in order to follow it meticulously. 3. Later, we tried Jensen’s method when my daughter was 2 ½. This time she WAS ready… for daytime potty training. She responded well, until we got to night time. At night, Jensen insists you keep your child in underwear. NO DIAPERS, or else you risk sending mixed messages to your child. However, I have since learned that kids develop night-time bladder control at various rates in their early lives (some earlier, some later). My poor daughter’s bladder was not signaling her brain to wake her up when she had to pee, and therefore, she continuously wet the bed. This experience was TRAUMATIC for her. Suddenly, she was scared of the potty AND scared to go to sleep for fear of wetting the bed – no matter how I tried to console her. I wish this experience on no other parents or children. 4. Jensen’s night time method for dealing with bedwetting consists of waking the child to pee an hour after putting them to bed, and an hour before they wake up. Again, this was a DISASTER! My child was angry when I woke her and took her to the bathroom. She arched her back and refused to go. Thus, the bedwetting and sleep nightmares continued. Thankfully, I stopped following Jensen’s method as she instructed and have since modified it to work with my daughter. Basically, we use 1 diaper at night (and as many other potty training experts will attest, there was NO confusion!) – and we waited until she was actually READY. Just watch for signs of potty training readiness, and the process will go SO much smoother. My daughter learned to train in about a day with positivity and much less stress on us both. Meanwhile, Jensen stole from me a good portion of my time, my sanity, and $27. Please, don’t let her do the same to you.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Adrienne

    I purchased this book because I had two friends who used it and said it worked for them, however, it didn't work for me. I paid $27 for the ebook on the author's website, which is supposed to come with mentoring (she's slow to respond, not coherent in her responses, and doesn't really offer any advice). Definitely don't waste your money on that. There are numerous flaws with this book. First off, it's a bit of a misnomer to call it a book; it's 44 pages with lots of white space, a title page, a ta I purchased this book because I had two friends who used it and said it worked for them, however, it didn't work for me. I paid $27 for the ebook on the author's website, which is supposed to come with mentoring (she's slow to respond, not coherent in her responses, and doesn't really offer any advice). Definitely don't waste your money on that. There are numerous flaws with this book. First off, it's a bit of a misnomer to call it a book; it's 44 pages with lots of white space, a title page, a table of contents, an acceptable use policy, and other junk ; I think it could probably be condensed to about 12 pages if she used a 12-point font, left out all the unnecessary spaces, and stuck to actually talking about potty training. Second, the writing just isn't very good; it could definitely use some professional proofing. I've got a BA in English with an Emphasis in Creative Writing, have a Masters of Library Science, worked as a librarian for several years before becoming a stay-at-home-mom, and was the #12 reader on Goodreads for 2015--so I feel qualified to say the writing is poor. Third, it is a good START to potty training, but it does NOT cover additional things--like, how to really prepare to leave the house after the 3 days, or how to wean off of the treats that she recommends using throughout the whole process. She doesn't provide reasons for things (like she insists 22 months in the right age to potty train but doesn't explain WHY--or have any sort of evidence, or why pediatricians who you know, actually have some sort of degree that qualifies them to work with kids, don't all recommend the same thing). She says your child must be waking up dry but if they aren't to do the method anyway--but doesn't really give much info about how to get your kid to wake up dry (the few suggestions she DID provide haven't worked for my kids). Fourth, on her website, Jensen advertises this as teaching you how to potty train twins, triplets, or multiples children--well, I can pretty much guarantee that she never trained more than one child at once, because the past week working on potty-training my twins brought up multiple issues that she didn't address in the SINGLE PAGE devoted to potty training multiples. (Frankly, I think it's flat out lying and false advertising to say that she teaches you to potty train multiples.) So if you're training two or more kids, don't expect this to help. Fifth, but by no means last, her attitude is pretty much "My method works perfectly so if it doesn't work for your kid, you aren't doing it right; you're just a bad parent." Her arrogance alone is enough to make this book a waste of money. If I could rate this "0" stars, I would--because it's not just bad writing but I feel like she's dishonest and takes advantage of people. Worst "book" I've read...pretty much ever.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Erin

    Look, was this a fun read? No. Did it get the job done, yes it DID. Am I counting it toward my books read? You bet your potty trained ass I am.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Kelly McLane

    This works, people!! This method is so positive and made for such a happy potty training experience for my kids. I used this method with my twins, and while it was a very intense 3 days with the two of them, they loved it and I loved the results. I love that she tells you exactly what to say at different times, which helps you to stay positive the whole time. After 3 days I wouldn't have felt ready to take them out, but after the 3 days they only had 1 accident each a day for a couple more days. This works, people!! This method is so positive and made for such a happy potty training experience for my kids. I used this method with my twins, and while it was a very intense 3 days with the two of them, they loved it and I loved the results. I love that she tells you exactly what to say at different times, which helps you to stay positive the whole time. After 3 days I wouldn't have felt ready to take them out, but after the 3 days they only had 1 accident each a day for a couple more days. I didn't feel ready to leave the house until day 6. But only 5 days for 2 potty trained (day and night) toddlers is amazing! And my favourite part is that her emphasis on reminding your child to tell you when they have to go instead of suggesting they go results in you not having to remind them once they are trained. My twins responded to the method differently but it worked very well for both. I will definitely be using this again with my next child!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Monica Bartlett

    We'll see how it works! We'll see how it works!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Angie De La Cruz

    Corto, claro, conciso. Me funcionó perfecto 👌🏼

  7. 4 out of 5

    Jessica Deany

    This method is basically like going from a tricycle to a two-wheeler, no training wheels, in 3 days. Can it be done? Maybe. But WHY? Why go through such an intense and frustrating process when it can be more relaxed and enjoyable? If you’re not in a (3 day) rush, don’t do this. If you’re going to anyways, here’s what I learned from trying this with my 23-month old twin girls: 1. Use a pull-up for naps/bed. What she says in the book (and it’s not much) is totally ridiculous. How can you have your This method is basically like going from a tricycle to a two-wheeler, no training wheels, in 3 days. Can it be done? Maybe. But WHY? Why go through such an intense and frustrating process when it can be more relaxed and enjoyable? If you’re not in a (3 day) rush, don’t do this. If you’re going to anyways, here’s what I learned from trying this with my 23-month old twin girls: 1. Use a pull-up for naps/bed. What she says in the book (and it’s not much) is totally ridiculous. How can you have your kid go pee before nap if they don’t understand how to pee on the potty yet? It’s like guaranteeing they’ll wake up wet and in a mess, with no lesson learned from it. Furthermore, I’m not sure all kids have bladder control overnight that young, regardless if you cut off liquids before bed. 2. One of my twins did “get it” on the first night. But it finally clicked for her when we were just sitting on the potty reading a book. A little pee came out and it was like seeing a lightbulb go off. I got so excited and praised her and she was basically trained from then on! But the book says absolutely don’t let them just sit on the potty. I disagree, and with both my twins, sitting for a few minutes did the trick, not rushing them to the potty while they’re mid-pee. 3. She said it will for sure “click” in 3 days, citing that her first son took until the third night, which was what pushed me to stick it out all 3 days with my other twin. My other twin did not, in fact, get it on the third night and I am so relieved that she’s back in diapers until she’s ready. It was starting to become a bad thing for her by day 3 and that’s the opposite of what you want. When she’s ready, I know she’ll be a rockstar. Whew. Obviously I feel strongly about this ha! I just feel like I bought into this book and this author and then she ripped away what could have been 3 fun days with my family and made potty training an intense nightmare. It didn’t have to be like that.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Apokaluo

    There's some good stuff in this book. The basic idea makes a lot of sense. You power through a couple of days in order to help them make the connection between feeling they need to go and where they need to go to do it. There's no reason to make it a long drawn out process if they just need to make that connection. However, this book doesn't deal with anything beyond those three days in any detail. If you have ongoing difficulties, this book isn't really going to help you. Also, this book makes There's some good stuff in this book. The basic idea makes a lot of sense. You power through a couple of days in order to help them make the connection between feeling they need to go and where they need to go to do it. There's no reason to make it a long drawn out process if they just need to make that connection. However, this book doesn't deal with anything beyond those three days in any detail. If you have ongoing difficulties, this book isn't really going to help you. Also, this book makes a lot of assumptions. I don't know anything about the author's kids. I also don't know anything about other parents that this has worked for. My wife and I sat in our son's room for 4 days. We caught every instance of him needing to go. He made progress, but, even now at about 2 weeks, he's still a ways from figuring it out. The book doesn't give any advice for dealing with potty training while also dealing with other issues your kid may be wrestling with. Ours has never been a good sleeper and potty training only made it worse. Trying to potty train when your kid is overtired is not fun and probably not nearly as productive. I'm sure there are kids this works for just fine, but it hasn't been very successful for us.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Mallory Gregersen

    This method really does work! I have used this potty training method for 3 of my kids. I have listened to my friends talk about how hard potty training their kids has been and I thankfully have had much more positive experiences. It did not work as well for my second child but we found out she has a rare hearing disorder that jumbles speech to make it unrecognizable. Once we learned that we adjusted for her needs. She was potty trained by 3 1/2 and we were told it would be a goal for her to be p This method really does work! I have used this potty training method for 3 of my kids. I have listened to my friends talk about how hard potty training their kids has been and I thankfully have had much more positive experiences. It did not work as well for my second child but we found out she has a rare hearing disorder that jumbles speech to make it unrecognizable. Once we learned that we adjusted for her needs. She was potty trained by 3 1/2 and we were told it would be a goal for her to be potty trained before kindergarten (5 1/2 for her.) Speaking from experience you do have to take some time before hand to physically and mentally prepare yourself. Those 3 days are taxing. But it is so worth the effort in the long run!

  10. 5 out of 5

    Rachelle

    I am gearing up to potty train my toddler and this was a resource that was recommended to me. I like the methods she mentions when it comes to how to react when the child has an accident and what to say to help them learn to tell you when they need to go potty. I was not a big fan of her ideas that all children at the age of 22 months are ready to be potty trained. Almost as if that is a magic number. Just as all children and adults learn at a different rate and in different ways I think the sam I am gearing up to potty train my toddler and this was a resource that was recommended to me. I like the methods she mentions when it comes to how to react when the child has an accident and what to say to help them learn to tell you when they need to go potty. I was not a big fan of her ideas that all children at the age of 22 months are ready to be potty trained. Almost as if that is a magic number. Just as all children and adults learn at a different rate and in different ways I think the same is true when learning to potty train. Some may really not be ready at 22 months. We will see how well these methods seem to work once I actually start potty training my toddler.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Clay Dellos

    Easy no nonsense guide I Love the simplicity of her method. It’s easy to follow and makes perfect sense. The questions and answers that she provides for more specific situations are very helpful.

  12. 4 out of 5

    ASHLEY

    The book has good ideas but is a bit repetitive and it doesn't work for every child. I am on day 6 of the 3 day potty training method. I have followed it exactly with my 2 year old and she is still having several accidents a day. The book has good ideas but is a bit repetitive and it doesn't work for every child. I am on day 6 of the 3 day potty training method. I have followed it exactly with my 2 year old and she is still having several accidents a day.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Eystein

    I just read this and am happy to see we're halfway there according to the recomondations. Now we just need to set aside 3 days for this. I just read this and am happy to see we're halfway there according to the recomondations. Now we just need to set aside 3 days for this.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Laura Smith

    This is a pretty short ebook. Not extremely well-written but it gets the point across. We’re starting tomorrow so I may have to revise my rating depending on how it works!

  15. 5 out of 5

    Rachel

    Great advice on how to successfully potty train with patience and love. Easy to read and follow.

  16. 5 out of 5

    nicole

    The game is afoot. My husband - who is the lead and better parent at it - has decided it's time for boot camp, take 2. Fingers crossed it's better than last time. The game is afoot. My husband - who is the lead and better parent at it - has decided it's time for boot camp, take 2. Fingers crossed it's better than last time.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Phil Mach

    Doesn't work We attempted to train our kids with this methodology on two different occasions and found that it didn't work whatsoever. Doesn't work We attempted to train our kids with this methodology on two different occasions and found that it didn't work whatsoever.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Becca

    I will update rating once we put into action.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Brooke Riley

    Going to give this method a try in a couple weeks. I’ll update progress then.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Kelly Parker

    I have read and applied this to my toddler to a T. Stayed consistent, and did everything I was suppose to. However this plan has failed for us. The guarantee that your child will be absolutely potty trained in three days is a false hope. I do like her material here, don't get me wrong, I will continue to apply this to her until it clicks. The three day promise though, do not get your hopes up. Great if it happens, but don't go into potty training getting your hopes up about the three day guarant I have read and applied this to my toddler to a T. Stayed consistent, and did everything I was suppose to. However this plan has failed for us. The guarantee that your child will be absolutely potty trained in three days is a false hope. I do like her material here, don't get me wrong, I will continue to apply this to her until it clicks. The three day promise though, do not get your hopes up. Great if it happens, but don't go into potty training getting your hopes up about the three day guarantee. My daughter has a fear of releasing on the potty. I'm on day three we are still trying to get her through it. She has made significant progress on potty training all together, but 3 days isn't a good expectation. She is also young at 21 months, so maybe the younger ones tend to take a little longer.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Liz

    By the end of day 3 my daughter (3) only had one accident, which is a massive improvement from the first two days. We had tried other methods in the past with no success, but this approach worked for us. As long as you follow the book as close as you can it should work for most kids. The second day was the hardest for us, but I'm glad we stuck it out! By the end of day 3 my daughter (3) only had one accident, which is a massive improvement from the first two days. We had tried other methods in the past with no success, but this approach worked for us. As long as you follow the book as close as you can it should work for most kids. The second day was the hardest for us, but I'm glad we stuck it out!

  22. 5 out of 5

    Alexia

    I haven't read any other potty training guides so I don't have anything to compare it to. I'm not too crazy about the author's personality but the approach seems solid. I'm currently on day 2 with my son. I wish it was a Christian based approach too. I will update the review to let you know how my son did and is doing. He is currently almost 27 months old. I haven't read any other potty training guides so I don't have anything to compare it to. I'm not too crazy about the author's personality but the approach seems solid. I'm currently on day 2 with my son. I wish it was a Christian based approach too. I will update the review to let you know how my son did and is doing. He is currently almost 27 months old.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Katie

    9 days later and it still wasn't working. In the 'mentoring' section on her website she answers questions. Good luck to the parents who need to take time off work for this...maybe save up some pto. She told me to quit and put my toddler back in diapers for 60 days then to try again. 9 days later and it still wasn't working. In the 'mentoring' section on her website she answers questions. Good luck to the parents who need to take time off work for this...maybe save up some pto. She told me to quit and put my toddler back in diapers for 60 days then to try again.

  24. 5 out of 5

    LB

    Worked for us! We did modify it a little but but our son was fully day and night trained by the end of day 2!

  25. 5 out of 5

    Melissa Guzman

    Worked great!! Thanks for the tips!

  26. 5 out of 5

    Casi

    Good,basic tips. A very short book .. at least the ebook version is. Basically praise your child and throw away all diapers, stay at home for 3 days and watch their every move.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Joanna

    It works!

  28. 5 out of 5

    Bethany

    She's hardcore. We modified her advice to work for our family, but even so, it works! It took 6 days, not 3, but that's pretty darn good! She's hardcore. We modified her advice to work for our family, but even so, it works! It took 6 days, not 3, but that's pretty darn good!

  29. 5 out of 5

    Erin

    I will rate this when we actually try it.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Roxie

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