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Infant Potty Basics

With or Without Diapers-- The Natural Way

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Publisher: White-Boucke Publishing

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Language:English | Number of Pages: 110 | Format: Paperback

Isbn-10: 1888580259 | Isbn-13: 9781888580259 | Publish date: 

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Book Description
"Infant Potty Basics" teaches you all you need to know to get started with a gentle and gradual means of toilet learning that is used in many non-Western societies. The guidelines and photos will help you learn your baby's elimination communication and comfy in-arms potty positions. Healthy infants are aware of this bodily function and can learn to respond to it the early months of life.

Pregnant moms and new parents: Enjoy learning this safe, cozy, hygienic, natural and loving method! The ideal time to start is sometime between birth and 4-5 months, but you can start at any age up to about 2 years. The book contains a chapter for late-starters who start after 6 months.

Infant pottying should NOT be confused with the "early toilet training" method used in Western countries from approximately 1900-1950. This older method had a very different focus and approach, and unfortunately has led many to conclude that any form of early toilet learning is bad. But infant pottying differs in that it is based on babies' natural elimination timing and rhythms. It promotes early bonding and communication, and does NOT focus on rushing toilet learning. In addition, it reduces/eliminates diapers, protects the environment, and conserves natural & financial resources.

One of the nicest things about infant pottying is that parents and babies enjoy much close contact since babies must be cradled in your arms several times a day at potty time. This practice is ideal for breastfeeding moms and/or parents who plan to raise their children during their baby's first year of life, and for "tightwad" parents. It is an ideal way for fathers to be closely involved with their infants. Your baby is ready if you are!