Diaper Time is Talk Time

Potty Time is Talk Time

Partnering Together

The National Diaper Bank Network is proud to partner with the Terrific Toddlers book series and Too Small To Fail to provide resources to parents receiving diapers about how to navigate the transition to potty readiness with their toddlers. Below is an informative video for parents based on the book Potty! by series’ authors Carol Zeavin and Rhona Silverbush.
Potty! is a reassuring story for toddlers that features various stages of potty readiness each child may experience. The charming picture book also includes end notes for parents and caregivers with more information about supporting toddlers as they build the bridge to potty training.

Potty Readiness Resources

Carol and Rhona have developed free tip sheets for parents to accompany the video and the book. They are available for download below. Download the Potty Readiness Tip Sheets (3 pages)

Partnering Together

National Diaper Bank Network

By focusing on diaper need, the National Diaper Bank Network (NDBN) works to meet the basic needs of all American children and families. Our mission is to raise awareness of diaper need, strengthen community-based diaper banks, and generate donations of dollars and diapers so that all babies remain clean, dry and healthy.

Terrific Toddlers

The mission of the Terrific Toddlers book series is to give toddlers a literature of their very own, one that sees and accepts them as they really are, in all their emotional and behavioral glory. And so the authors have written a series that addresses the hot-button issues facing toddlers, mirroring their real-life, daily emotional experiences in simple stories with recognizable characters and familiar settings using clean, spare yet lyrical language. Both pleasurable and socially purposeful, the stories support these youngest of children and their caregivers, captivating both.

Too Small To Fail

Too Small to Fail, an initiative of the Clinton Foundation, is leading a public awareness and action campaign to promote the importance of early brain and language development and to empower parents with tools to talk, read, and sing with their young children from birth.