Your child is willing to cooperate and sit on a potty without fuss or hassle.
Your child has predictable bowel movements and their nappy stays dry for at least two hours at a time.
Your child is able to inform you when it is time to go to the toilet. At first, this warning will be too late to avoid soiling the nappy.
If your child wakes up from a nap dry, there is indication that bladder control is working properly.
Your child is able to get undressed easily, without help and can locate their potty quickly.
Do not rush potty and toilet training and always encourage your child, even if mistakes are made.