Have You Discovered Your Elimination Communication Confidence?

Potty Training Babies! – Your Part Time EC eBook

Want to Find Out More About Potty Training Babies?

An eBook About Elimination Communication…

Potty training babies is also known as EC, having a Diaper Free Baby or infant potty training.

I have practiced this technique for potty training babies with both my children and found it to be great fun, and quite literally astounding at times.

Buy my eBook on Elimination Communication, it will give you all you are looking for about potty training babies.

In my eBook on EC, called ‘Part Time EC: A Personal Guide to Developing Your Elimination Communication Confidence’ you’ll find over 220 pages of resources, including:

The best tips, tricks + strategies for how to get started when potty training babies

  • Find expert help for solving  problems when potty training babies
  • Discover the best resources online for potty training babies
  • Find recommended stores and equipment to help you with potty training babies
  • Learn about the most helpful potty training babies eBooks, books + DVD’s.

Nappies are worn between potty visits in our busy, busy modern world. Potty training babies has been the way all around the world for thousands of years – all those years before disposables in fact. Your baby may be thrilled at the chance to communicate with you in this way. Potty training babies is NOT a pressured, stressful activity to force on a baby. In contrast, it is a gentle, responsive way to help your baby stay in tune with their natural toileting needs, something you can do now and then and still combine with nappies.  Why not try it out?

Simply click through to buy your copy of my eBook on potty training babies.

Discover More about My Ebook on ‘Potty Training Babies’…

‘Part Time EC: A Personal Guide to Developing Your Elimination Communication Confidence’

230 pages of resources will be yours. Discover all you need to know about the Diaper Free Baby and start your journey into EC today…

I sincerely hope that this book will encourage you to increase your confidence in your communication with your baby. I also believe that you will discover many creative ideas and clever insights through this eBook. It will help you.

Elimination Communication is a cumbersome term for a simple concept: helping your baby to pee in a potty from their early days to give them comfort and a clean diaper – at least some of the time!

– Charndra Josling

 


Elimination Communication Stories for Mothers

Elimination Communication Stories for Mothers

You’re looking for stories for mothers to discover all you need to know about the elimination communication method?

Elimination Communication is also known as EC, Baby Toilet Training, having a diaper free baby or toilet training baby.

A popular section of Tribal Baby is called Adventures in Elimination Communication, or Part Time Baby Pottying.

Parents practicing elimination communication are sharing their stories with you in their own words in this section of Tribal Baby…

Adventures in Elimination Communication:

Val, baby Alex and family, from London in the United Kingdom…

“What I love about part-time EC, is that you are allowed and encouraged to keep a perspective. The best parent is a happy and relaxed parent. When the sense of humour starts to go, it’s time to reach for the disposables and have an EC holiday.”

Read through a range of stories written for mothers about elimination communication or baby potty training…

Discover More About My Elimination Communication eBook…

The most important thing about elimination communication is that no-one can give advice about it unless they have practiced it themselves, it is such an experience based activity. Ignore the rantings  from people who have ‘heard’ this or that – those are opinions based on lack of experience. Form your own opinions! (Have your own fun…) Learn from the experts – the mothers and their babies! Then discover EC with YOUR baby…

Elimination Communication eBook

‘Part Time EC: A Personal Guide to Developing Your Elimination Communication Confidence’

230 pages of resources will be yours. Discover all you need to know about the elimination communication method and start your journey into EC today…

Elimination Communication is a cumbersome term for a simple concept: helping your baby to pee in a potty from their early days to give them comfort and a clean diaper or nappy – at least some of the time!

– Charndra Josling

P.S. I sincerely hope that this book will encourage you to increase your confidence in your communication with your baby. I also believe that you will discover many creative ideas and clever insights through this eBook. The introductory section is available as a free download; over 2500 people have enjoyed that part already. It will help you too.

 

 


Part Time Elimination Communication: Can YOU Do it?

Part Time Elimination Communication means… flexibility. Helping your baby to  use a baby potty or to ‘toilet’ is great fun!

You Can Do EC!

How and when to start varies with each family. It means different things when your baby is a tiny newborn to when they are crawling, to when they are toddlers.

Elimination Communication pottyElimination Communication is often described as an early start to potty training or ‘toilet training your baby’ but it is really a gradual and natural alternative way of caring for your baby’s hygiene needs, and guess what? You can do it part time, use nappies more casually…

NOW is the best time to start – when you have learnt about this different form of natural toilet learning.

Part Time Nappy or Diaper Free means… using nappies with your baby – but not ALL of the time, not 24/7 for year after year. YES! – you’ll still use diapers – they catch accidents between potty visits – BUT you’ll be using nappies as a tool, not as an essential item.

Then one day you realise you don’t need them anymore – no more nappy changing – only quality time with your little one.

Practicing elimination communication means different things from one day to the next, one month to the next… you’ll need to be able to adapt – you can be flexible, can’t you?

Of course you can – if you can be flexible, you can practice EC – the ancient art of Elimination Communication, often described as Natural Infant Hygiene or Infant Potty Training. EC is something you ‘practice’ daily – an ongoing activity, not something you are perfect at straight away, or ever really – as it isn’t about perfection at all – it is about the opportunity for baby to relieve themselves somewhere other than their clothes, and the communication and bond this develops between you. All sorts of families are enjoying it with their babies:

The difference between struggling to hold my baby while changing his nappy and holding him nice and close while he sits on the potty is huge… I feel like I listen to him more and ask questions, expecting to get a response in a way I wouldn’t really have expected before. I like that he is an active part of his eliminating in a positive way and not just lying there while I clean up the “mess” he’s made.”

Sunshine, mother of 3 children, ages 6, 3 (both conventionally toilet trained) and 9 months (practicing Elimination Communication from birth)

Families all over the world and throughout time have used this gentle way of helping baby to stay clean and dry as much as they can (yes, not all the time), and more importantly, they enjoy the communication with their pre-verbal little baby, the insight into their world this window can open up – it is why people get hooked when they take the plunge and have a go!

Being part time nappy or diaper free is about the communication with your baby, NOT about early toilet training. Again – it is NOT about early toilet training – that is something different. EC is about the bond between parents and baby / toddler, developing your relationship into new areas of understanding.

Yes, practicing EC CAN mean your toddler achieves earlier independence, but it is not a given, as EC is about their personal journey – and many things in life can ‘happen’ and fluff around with that journey.

Meanwhile you will likely use far less nappies / diapers than their peers, which is great for your budget, the environment and your washing load.

Like any option, of course, if it doesn’t interest you – don’t do it! People practicing EC see it as a bond with their babies, not a competition to independence, not a way of being better – it is simply better for them.

… Perhaps it will be for your family as well?

Discover More about My Elimination Communication eBook:

Elimination Communication eBook

Part Time EC: A Personal Guide to Developing Your Elimination Communication Confidence…

 


Elimination Communication: What is EC?

Elimination Communication: What is EC?

What EC is…

In a nutshell, Elimination Communication is about the Communication.

  • It is about helping your baby to go ‘to the toilet’ somewhere other than a nappy, some of the time, then more of the time as they grow!
  • It is about learning to observe baby’s bodily rhythms, body language and practicing responding in such a way that your connection is enhanced, benefiting your whole relationship.
  • It is about sometimes anticipating the needs of a pre-verbal human being and experiencing their joy that you understand them. You strive to improve your bond.
  • It is about gently supporting their instinctual awareness of their body and attempting to understand them, and helping them feel ‘relieved’.
  • It is about using nappies as a tool rather than anecessity.
  • It is about reducing the ‘ecological footprint’ of waste generated by a brand new human.
  • It is about enhancing your connection and understanding of your baby’s needs – often into other areas of their care, and this is really empowering!
  • It is gentle and responsive, or it is not Elimination Communication. YOU can do it!

What EC isn’t…

  • It isn’t coercive – force is NEVER used.
  • It isn’t punitive – the baby is NEVER punished.
  • It isn’t a new age fad – it’s a traditional practice.
  • It isn’t early toilet training – it’s gradual, gentle toilet learning.
  • It doesn’t mean you can’t use nappies – you will.
  • It doesn’t mean you have to stare at your baby all day – you’ll carry on as usual, and enjoy the ways of learning with your baby how to meet their needs.
  • It doesn’t mean you’ll never need to use nappies after a certain age or period of time – every Elimination Communication journey is unique – like each baby.
  • It doesn’t mean you’ll have to try to catch every elimination your baby does – that isn’t the point, and is impossible anyway.

“Funny how the new things are the old things.”
Rudyard Kipling (1865 – 1936)

When practicing Elimination Communication you help your baby to be clean and dry until they gain independence in their own time, at their own pace – gradually. You’ll be part time nappy free until you become nappy free at the right time for your family and your baby. You can learn the skills and abilities to bond with your baby in this way.

Is Elimination Communication a better way?

No, being part time nappy free is another way of addressing a baby’s hygiene needs instead of full time use of nappies and needing to change every nappy for years. EC is a parenting option – one you are lucky to be able to consider for your own family’s needs.

People who practice EC definitely find it is the better way for them. I’d never be able to use nappies full time – that would be impossible for me to do, so normal is offering baby a wee opportunity when he needs it.

Is it for you? My complimentary, free eBook, with seven 7 lessons, Discover the 7 Secrets to Elimination Communication will help you to decide if it is the right thing for your family. You’ll probably be surprised how adaptable you can be with practicing EC in your personal situation.

Elimination Communication eBook‘Part Time EC: A Personal Guide to Developing Your Elimination Communication Confidence’

230 pages of resources will be yours. Discover all you need to know about the Diaper Free Baby and start your journey into EC today…

Elimination Communication is a cumbersome term for a simple concept: helping your baby to pee in a potty from their early days to give them comfort and a clean diaper – at least some of the time!

– Charndra Josling

 


Toilet Training Your Baby – Your Part Time EC eBook

Toilet Training Your Baby eBook

You’re looking for an eBook to discover all you need to know about toilet training your baby?

Toilet training your baby is also known as Elimination Communication, having a Diaper Free Baby or going nappy free.

I did elimination communication with my baby from the day he was born. It is a learning curve for sure, yet over time you get better at it, and in between your baby wears nappies or diapers, so no worry about mess everywhere. Toilet training your baby is a gentle practice focused on communicating with and mostly being responsive to your baby. With a newborn or new baby it is really helpful to offer a potty break  when they are fussy – often they just needed to go to the toilet! You use a bowl or bucket to start with until they can sit on a potty with your help a bit later. It is a very cooperative practice.

In my eBook on EC, called ‘Part Time EC: A Personal Guide to Developing Your Elimination Communication Confidence’ you’ll find over 220 pages of resources, including:

  • Discover tips + strategies for how to get started with toilet training your baby
  • Find expert help for solving problems with toilet training your baby
  • Discover the best resources online for toilet training your baby
  • Find recommended stores and equipment to help you with toilet training your baby
  • Learn about the most helpful eBooks, books + DVD’s for toilet training your baby.

 

Simply click through to obtain your copy of my toilet training your baby ebook on part time Elimination Communication:

Discover More about My Ebook on ‘Toilet Training Your Baby’…

Over 220 pages of resources will be yours. Discover all you need to know about toilet training for babies and start your journey into EC today…



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