Baby Thea is just about 2 years old and we’ve been potty training (or EC-ing) her since birth. Where are we now? About the same place we were last update: Thea poops consistently in the toilet, although she now is more prone to actually tell me she needs to poop instead of me just having… Continue reading Infant Potty Training: where are we now?
The potty training continues. But, Thea hardly ever poops in her diaper any more, and when she does, it is usually because I wasn’t watching (like today when Thea and I take a shower, and I put Thea down on a towel on the floor all naked while I finish up only to look out 1… Continue reading We’re doing it: cloth diapers
At this point, Thea doesn’t yet actively tell me that she needs to go potty. But I do feel that I am communicating to her that I want her to go in the toilet when I hold her over it. So as far as communication goes, I think it’s one sided still. But there are signs that… Continue reading Reading the signals of peeing and pooping
You know, Thea has been really excelling at this whole poop and pee in the toilet thing. So far, it’s been really smooth because she and I are usually home all day. It’s simple to run her up to our bathroom, use the changing table, whip around and use the toilet, and have everything I need… Continue reading Pottying it up at WalMart
Basically, Elimination Communication is about watching for the signs or signals your baby makes when they need to go to the bathroom. When you see those, you take them to the bathroom or grab a bucket or whatever you want to use, and hold them over it so they can poop or pee. It essentially trains… Continue reading Our plan of attack
Yes, potty training. It’s a real thing. My 6-month old baby girl is well on her way to the big leagues. Let’s just say, she poops and pees in the toilet. We’ve only had one poopy diaper in a month and we’ve just started to get her to understand peeing in the toilet. So before… Continue reading Infant potty training