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Hello...With regards XXXXX XXXXX first question, I think it would be best to get more detailed advice from your son's pediatrician as to why your son hits his head so violently. There may be developmental or emotional issues that only a doctor can truly examine and evaluate. With regards XXXXX XXXXX training, most parents begin potty training boys between 2 and 3 years of age but it is closer to 3. The process may be a long and continuous journey but you must be consistent by first taking him to the bathroom every hour to see if he has to go "potty." Do not worry about the night time potty issue until the daytime issue is fairly mastered. He may not be completely potty trained until 4 or 4 1/2. If you start at 2 years and it just seems like a complete disaster, then hold off for a while. Your son is not ready. With regards XXXXX XXXXX to a toddler bed, most parents change their children from a crib to a toddler bed around the age of 2. It your son has started to climb out of the crib, then you may need to change him to a toddler bed sooner. I changed my son to a toddler bed a t 15 months. My other sons moved to a toddler bed at age 2. However with a toddler bed comes alot of freedom because the children can get out of the bed and roam. That is when a child safety gate come into play at the doorway of their bedroom.
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