Are parents too lazy to potty train? May 24, 2018 by Channel Mum Team In this clip from This Morning, Phil reports that 70% of schools are saying there is an increase in the number of 5 year olds starting school in nappies. Some experts are blaming parents for this rise, saying that parents themselves are too lazy to teach their children to potty train. Parents however feel that there isn’t enough support and help when they are trying to toilet train their children and there should be more support available. Mum of two, Hannah feels that although she got advice from her Health Visitors, this was inconsistent because she saw a different one every time. She feels the advice given plus her daughter starting nursery and being made to wear pullups lead to her child being upset and ultimately suffer with constipation. Toilet Training Expert Amanda Jenner agrees that Hannah felt pressured to force toilet training on her daughter when she wasn’t ready. Watch this clip to find out the support Hannah has got and what advice Amanda has for her: Need help potty training your child? Here on Channel Mum we have a Potty Training section which is full of videos from other mums and advice for parents going through this. You can also watch our Potty Training tips video, by mums who have been there and gone through it too. Ask our experts and talk to other mums in our Mum SOS help boards. You might be interested in Help, support, tips and videos for parents of toddlers Dealing with toddler tantrums Chat to other mums and experts in the Channel Mum Support Groups.