Your Toddler's Potty Plan 

Learning to use the potty is a big milestone! Get informative resources, practical tips, positive support, and reassurance through the pottying process with your very own “potty club” of parents who are ready to tackle this topic together. 

We’ll gather to celebrate each other’s successes and help troubleshoot any hurdles. We will be committed to using a child-led approach. This course and support group is designed to give you a close-knit group of like-minded parents on a similar journey, so spots are extremely limited. 


Note: The October session of Your Toddler’s Potty Plan sold out in 1 day. If you’d like to take this course, sign up for the waitlist. We’ll update you with enrollment periods and start dates so you get the first chance to sign up when enrollment goes live.


What's Included?

Enrollment in Your Toddler's Potty Plan includes:

  • Two weeks of interactive instruction followed by 2+ weeks of open discussion in a private, facilitated learning community

  • Tried-and-true potty learning tips via both videos and links to suggested resources online

  • A Dual-Live Q&A group coaching session with both Aubrey and Nicole

  • Access to all videos & resources indefinitely

  • A Workbook to help you create your own, individualized Potty Plan

  • Unlimited community support from Day 1 (and this group stays open as long as you need it!)

Enrollment for the next session begins on January 25, 2019 and ends when all 50 spots have been filled.

Mark your calendar: class starts February 4, 2019.


How it Works

When you enroll in the course, you will receive instruction on how to join the course. Our online classroom will be inside a private Facebook group. You'll see all the videos and get the links to resources within this group.

Aubrey and Nicole will go "Live" on video together toward the end of the course to help troubleshoot your specific pottying situations. We will post the link 24 hours in advance so that you will be able to ask any questions ahead of time, and the replays will be available indefinitely. We want to provide real-time support based on your own needs, so we will be active and engaged in the group for four weeks.


Our course is designed to work well in any time zone. If you miss the Live videos, you'll be able to watch the replays at your leisure. 

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About Your Guides

We are both passionate about child development and Montessori-inspired living, but more importantly, we are parents of our own delightful, independent, messy, and inquisitive children! For many years, we've been on the receiving end of kind words and solid advice, and we look forward passing on our knowledge, experience, and support to you.


Aubrey Hargis

Hi! I'm Aubrey. I'm a parent coach, educational consultant, and a Montessori advocate. I have an Infant/Toddler certificate from NAMC, and I taught in a Montessori toddler classroom and learned so much about these little independence-seeking beings. Diapering and helping children learn to use the potty was hands-down my my favorite part of teaching that age group (it's not everyone's favorite, but I'm a sucker for a cute diapered bottom and giggling toddler). But even more importantly, I'm a mom to two elementary-age boys who learned to use the potty without any rewards or punishments. What I've learned as a parent coach is that parents stress about this milestone WAAAAY too much. Let's take the pressure off! You can read more about my bio at 

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Nicole Kavanaugh

Hey! I'm Nicole, an online parent educator, founder of The Kavanaugh Report, and most importantly a Montessori parent. Beside eating, sleeping, and breathing Montessori, I spend my days chasing kids! With a 7-year-old, 4-year-old, and 1-year-old my days are jammed packed with trips to the potty. The poop talk never ceases, or the calls to "wippppe my buttt!" I wouldn't have it any other way! Potty learning can be fun and rewarding for us all! Learn more about me and my parenting journey at