Cassie Phillips On Potty Training : Mommy Interview Series I
“Experiences are savings which a miser puts aside. Wisdom is an inheritance which a wastrel cannot exhaust.” Karl Kraus
Experience is always helpful in any situation, and this is why I have decided to include this section into PottyHQ.
The aim is simple; we want to have it directly from mothers. I would be interviewing mothers on various topics every month, the topic would directly relate to the general theme of our website, and as such we hope that users would find it very resourceful to read.
This is the first edition, and I am very glad to have a mother, and a paediatric nurse as my first guest. On this edition, we would be talking about potty training in general. How to get it done, who should get it done, things needed and mistakes to avoid while potty training your kids.
Cassie is a mother to a beautiful baby girl, and also a registered nurse, she specializes in paediatrics and women’s health, she runs a blog about family, kids and life experience. Her blog is a documentary of her effort in raising her baby girl, Cassie intends to teach mothers from her experience and as such, she documents everything along the way.
Before you continue reading this post, check out her blog, hop in the email list and learn directly from a mother that isn’t shy to tell you about her success and mistakes.
PS: For experienced moms that would like to get featured in our series, please contact me using the form on the contact page, and I will get back to you as soon as possible.
You never can tell; you story might help someone halfway across the globe.