The idea of potty training your baby at an early age (usually between 4-6 months) seems unnecessary for most parents, but it’s possible and some parents actually introduce their babies to the toilet or potty earlier than the usual. It just requires extra patience and effort on their part, but it’s not entirely different compared to child/toddler potty training. Through early potty training, babies learn that poop and pee belong in the potty and it will help them pick up a daily routine and also control their bladders easily than most babies.
It’s different for every parent out there – some avoid diapers completely and just race their baby to the nearest bathroom when it’s time to poop or pee, while some use diapers on and off. Ideally, by the time their baby reaches 18 months, their children have already successfully finished training by knowing when to go to the toilet by themselves.