Recipes for Success

Introducing Recipes for Success - with these inspirational recipes you will be able to help your child form healthy bowel movements and getting them to pee like a pro in no time.


Sweet Potato Oatmeal Pancakes

Vegetarian, Gluten and Peanut Free

Ingredients:

1 baked or canned sweet potato
2 eggs
1 cup oatmeal flour
1 Tablespoon of honey or sugar
1 Tbs of oil (olive oil, coconut oil, melted butter, gee, etc)
1 pinch of salt
Water if needed.

Optional:

I grind my own oatmeal flour in my single serve smoothie cup blender (vitamix, ninja) and I like to add spices and raw seeds such as pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, chia seeds, etc when I grind my oatmeal. A great way to add extra plant based protein for your child.

The How:

Gather all your ingredients.
Mix the potato, eggs, honey and salt to a smooth consistency. Add flour and any extra things you may like to add such as spices and seeds. Mix well and let it sit for 15 minutes. If the consistency is just right you can start using it by heating up a frying pan, otherwise mix some water to the consistency you would like to have. When the pan is ready add a pinch of oil to get you started; the oil in the batter will carry you till the end. Use a ladle to spoon in batter and have fun.

Why it’s good to offer your kids these pancakes during potty training and beyond.


Kids naturally eat very little and often go for the empty calories. This is a quick pancake you can make ahead and store it in the freezer. It’s full of nutrients and the much needed fiber and protein during this milestone.  It will make elimination a breeze.





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Adriana Vermillion, The Potty Whisperer is LIVE Today - Call In!

Today, Wednesday November 12th at 11:00am ET I am joining Blythe Lipman's village on her Baby and Toddler Show to discuss potty training tips, tricks, truth and more. I will also be opening the line for live questions and one of our topics is autism and potty training. I hope you can join me.

This is your chance to hear me live, call in with potty training questions or just chat with me.

If you do not have the time to listen live no worries. It will be on iTunes.com under Baby and Toddler Instructions.

The show airs live Wednesdays November 12 2014 at 11am EST. You can tune in by going HERE and clicking on the “Listen Live” button on the upper right corner.

Excited to speak with me LIVE about your parenting concerns or potty training ?
Call me live at 1877-864-4869 and I can answer your questions.

Potty Whisperer Live About Potty Training Children With Special Needs

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Tomorrow, on Wednesday November 12th at 11:00am ET I am joining Blythe Lipman's village on her Baby and Toddler Show to discuss potty training tips, tricks, truth and more. I will also be opening the line for live questions and one of the topics I will touch on is autism and potty training. I hope you can join me.

This is your chance to hear me live, call in with potty training questions or just chat with me.

If you do not have the time to listen live no worries. It will be on iTunes.com under Baby and Toddler Instructions.

The show airs live Wednesdays November 12 2014 at 11am EST. You can tune in by going HERE and clicking on the “Listen Live” button on the upper right corner.

Excited to speak with me LIVE about your parenting concerns or potty training ?
Call me live at 1877-864-4869 and I can answer your questions.





Adriana Vermillion on Blythe Lipman's Baby and Toddler Show - Listen and call in LIVE

Speak to the Potty Whisperer LIVE





This week, on Wednesday November 12th at 11:00am ET I am joining Blythe Lipman's village on her Baby and Toddler Show.

This is your chance to hear me live, call in with potty training questions or just chat with me.

If you do not have the time to listen live no worries. It will be on iTunes.com under Baby and Toddler Instructions.

The show airs live Wednesdays November 12 2014 at 11am EST. You can tune in by going HERE and clicking on the “Listen Live” button on the upper right corner.

Excited to speak with me LIVE about your parenting concerns or potty training ?
Call me live at 1877-864-4869 and I can answer your questions.

Tips On Toilet Training Children With Special Needs

Toilet Training Children With Autism



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Toilet training children with Autism or special needs can be very challenging. It requires a level of guidance and patience on the adult’s part, and a level of motivation and cognition in the child.

We desire for the child with special needs to be accepted and loved by others, yet we need to remember that a child with special needs has a unique “inner landscape” and neuro-motor functioning, resulting in a different Theory of Mind (TOM), therefore he or she is on a different time table.

As a parent with a child who has special needs please keep in mind that toilet training can be done just as you would with any other child and at any age, however the longer you wait, the longer you use disposable diapers, and the longer you allow your child to get into a routine the harder it becomes to brake that mold.

This is an encouragement to you as a parent to make toilet training your preschoolers a priority in a sequential, organized, methodical, and consistent fashion.

I suggest you start as early as you can, and if possible work with a professional who can incorporate your child's daily routine into a potty training routine, one small fraction at the time not to disrupt your child’s inner landscape.  This will help your child understand and add to the landscape what is expected and also generalize what he/she learns to all environments he/she is exposed to such as home, school, play dates, and grandparent’s homes.

Adriana Vermillion works with any special needs family. Her unique approach to change, and training, helps the family to create a custom potty training plan, therefore, the child’s personality, daily lifestyle, and approach to change is taken in consideration resulting in a wonderful experience.


For the month of November we will look more in depth at special needs children and offer you some tips on how to start, train and if possible enjoy the toilet training season you may find yourself in.

What are some tips you can share with our special moms?

Comment on each post and share my tips on your favorite social media with hashtag - #pottywhisperer to be entered for a daily drawing. Winners will receive my ebook and 1 hour over the phone of 101 training and coaching valued at $200+. Simple :)