How to Potty Train a Child
How to Potty Train a Child: I have successfully potty-trained my ten children, as well as three of my siblings, while they were between the ages of 22 and 28 months, in the course of a week. In the next few minutes, I will share my secret method, and hopefully, you too can say…
DIY Printable Potty Training Reward Punch Cards
PDF file will be available for download after purchase for you to print yourself as needed! The PDF will contain 8 total cards: two blue six-punch cards, two blue twelve-punch cards, two pink six-punch cards, two
Part one is here Part two is here We have talked about the current situation in toileting, and what are the recommendations from a Montessori point of view. Now for the third part of this series, I will tackle how WE do it. Now keep in mind that we are a ECing friendly family, and our ways of doing are influenced by that. 1. how we work: As I was saying in my first post, I started ECing with E at birth in the hopes of being able to do it full time. But life being what it was, I was not able…
Potty Treats Jar
It’s that time again…to potty train that is. First let me begin by saying that I am not ready for my little girl to be potty trained. Does that make me crazy? She’s been using the potty on and off since she was 18 months old and we have never pushed it on her. If...Read More
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Learn Elimination Communication at EC Simplified
Learn Elimination Communication with Andrea Olson, author of Go Diaper Free. She makes infant potty training visual, straight-forward, and simple.
Potty Training and Wall to Wall Carpets
So many parents adhere to the “just let them run around without a diaper” potty training method, but if you’re a renter and happen to have wall to wall carpeting, this idea doesn’t sound pleasant.Well, it isn’t.