Have You Discovered Your Elimination Communication Confidence?

Elimination Communication: Baby Pottying

Elimination Communication: Baby Pottying Our ‘Nappy Free Baby’

Using nappies part time while practicing the ancient art of Elimination Communication I drastically reduced my use of nappies within four months.

This section of Tribal Baby covers how we started, tips and strategies for the various stages with our experiences peppered throughout to illustrate. I created this web site to record our experiences and document the stages we are going through on our journey to have a nappy free baby.

Elimination Communication is an imperfect process to be sure, but the rewards on a daily basis are wonderful, rather like parenting, really.

l also hope to give those new to the concept an insight into the process. If you’ve never heard of it, you don’t have it as an option in your choices as a parent. It takes commitment and persistence in the early stages especially. The rewards of closer communication and understanding your baby are so very much worth it. So is knowing your baby is having its elimination needs cared for in a natural way and is also “living lightly” on the environment. We live in Australia, so “Nappy Free Down Under” is appropriate by a couple of interpretations!

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Over the first two years of my baby’s life we saved heaps of money and experienced a wonderful connection with our baby through Elimination Communication.

Elimination Communication: Words used to describe this approach

It is called several things, such as Elimination Communication (EC for short), Natural Infant Hygiene, Assisted Elimination, Infant pottying, Elimination Timing, Infant Potty Training, Diaper Free or Nappy – Free! We like to use the term Nappy – free as it reflects firstly not relying on nappies as a toilet for the baby, just as a back-up as we learn together, then later as the freedom of not having to use them offers us on many levels. Such as learning and knowing baby’s needs, being able to HELP him directly rather than not being able to do anything but wait, saving money, saving nappy changing hassles and dramas (especially as they become mobile), the portability of a nappy-free baby, saving the planet (just a tiny bit), and most of all saving Maven from squelching in his own waste for years – ew! Discover More about My Elimination Communication eBookPart Time EC: A Personal Guide to Developing Your Elimination Communication Confidence…

 

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