Have You Discovered Your Elimination Communication Confidence?

What Does Elimination Communication LOOK, SOUND & FEEL Like?

What Does Elimination Communication LOOK, SOUND & FEEL Like?

Find Out When Your Baby is Telling You They Need to GO!

I’ve put together this site on Elimination Communication because I want to help spread awareness about this wonderful option, so that those of you who will love it get to read about it in time – before, or while you still have a baby.

You see, it is easier to begin elimination communication in their earlier months, though many parents begin when they find out about the option, or use the ideas to help their toddler with a more natural process of toilet learning, then start from birth with their new baby.

What does elimination communication LOOK like?

  • You have a way of enhancing your bond, your understanding of your baby
  • You are meeting some of baby’s elimination needs at first while you learn, build your ‘nappy free’ confidence and relax into practicing EC as it suits.
  • Some of baby’s wees and poos go in a potty, bowl or the toilet each day.
  • Your baby is promptly changed; they feel as fresh, dry and clean as possible.

What does being elimination communication SOUND like?

  • If baby is grizzly or cranky you’ll consider if it is the need to wee or poo making them uncomfortable.
  • If baby is passing gas the possibility is considered that helping them to eliminate in the classic squat position or on a potty is offered to give them relief.
  • If baby is tossing and turning in their sleep, whimpering uncomfortably, a dreamy wee break or sleepy time cueing is considered.
  • Your baby knows that you will seek to understand their calls and sounds.

What does being elimination communication FEEL like?

  • If baby becomes suddenly wriggly on your lap it is considered that they are communicating to you that they have a full bladder.
  • If baby starts pulling up their legs, squirming, pushing their knees together, a wee break is considered.
  • If baby seems suddenly hot and sweaty, or has the shivers or gets goose bumps, they are offered the potty opportunity.
  • Your baby is used to feeling as fresh, dry and clean as possible.

Learning More About Adapting Elimination Communication to Your Lifestyle Easily:

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


Discover the 7 Secrets to Elimination Communication…

How You Can REDUCE Your Baby’s Use of Diapers with Elimination Communication.

Discover the 7 Secrets to Elimination Communication…

Discover the 7 Secrets to Elimination Communication FREE eBook

  • Save Your Money, Reduce Nappy Waste or Washing
  • Reduce those ‘messy’ nappy changes
  • Diaper Rash? It’ll become a memory… and it’s FUN to Do!
  • Become Part Time Diaper Free While You Practice The Ancient Art of Elimination Communication (EC) or Infant Potty Training…
  • Your baby can be wearing a nappy for your peace-of-mind (as this will help you to relax), even though they don’t always use it.

It brings me great pleasure to introduce “Discover the 7 Secrets to Elimination Communication: Build Your EC Confidence With Ease!”, a free eBook written by me, Charndra of TribalBaby.org.

The 7 Secrets to Elimination Communication provide a broad understanding of how EC works. They highlight those attitudes, approaches and strategies that will ensure you are heading in the right direction, a positive direction. Prepare yourself with the right mind-set.

This is a popular EC resource: 2330 people have read ‘The 7 Secrets’ as an online guide, now it is a free eBook!

‘The 7 Secrets to Elimination Communication’ is a fun, ‘light’ introduction to the concept of Elimination Communication (or EC). Confidence and a positive and light approach is an essential and integral part of elimination communicaton, and I strongly believe that every parent having a go at EC should understand the gentle fundamental approaches behind a successful EC experience. Therefore, I would like to provide you with this eBook that you can download for free to give you this confidence wherever you are in your exploration of EC with your baby.

Build Your EC Confidence With Ease!

Download my FREE eBook by clicking on the link below:

The 7 Secrets to Elimination Communication

Have fun connecting!

– Charndra

P.S Keep in touch by joining my Tribal Baby news list over there in the sidebar. Connect with My Tribal Baby on facebook…

7 Tips to Start Pottying Your Baby With Elimination Communication

7 Tips to Start Pottying Your Baby Today!

My Quick Start Guide to Pottying Your Baby Using the Elimination Communication Method…

By Charndra Josling

You’re interested in beginning this ancient art – helping you to communicate with your baby about their basic bodily needs, and in the process discovering that you can reduce the number of diapers or nappies you need to use. (It’s really about the bond it brings)

classic position of Elimination Communication

- This photo shows me holding baby Jett in the classic EC Squat position. It aids easy elimination, and is the traditional way of holding a baby. A newborn is supported by your body, as they are until they can sit on a potty. In arms is great as you can offer a quick wee when out over a loo or a discrete bush to keep that diaper dry a bit longer.

Baby Pottying is fun, it can help little newborns feel more comfortable, help you understand more ‘unexplained’ fussing or crying, reduces poopy nappy changes! It helps any parent reduce the environmental impact of a baby – even by striving for just 1 less diaper or nappy a day. Give it a shot – see how you go!

Your Baby Will Still Wear Diapers – But Not ‘Use’ Them 100% Of the Time…

The 1st thing to know is that becoming ‘diaper free’ or ‘nappy free’ is the destination of your EC journey, NOT the start.

Elimination Communication is a gentle and responsive activity to practice daily with your baby.

It’s about your relationship.

The 2nd thing to know is that Baby Pottying is something fun to enjoy with your baby, to chuckle when you have a miss – as yes, they will happen. Change the diaper or nappy and move on…

You can be part-time diaper or nappy free by practicing a little baby pottying. (a fussing baby is often a signal that your baby needs your help to ‘go’.)

Our babies gradually and slowly learn to eat, crawl, play, talk, walk – they can learn to use the toilet in much the same naturally evolving way. You may need to get a few paradigm shifts going to help them though, as our society currently favours doing nothing but cleaning up after them until they are 3 or more.

7 Quick Tips to Get Started with Elimination Communication:

1. Offer a potty break when your baby wakes, or if they seem ‘unsettled’ or ‘fussy’.
2. Offer simply at nappy changes. Trickle water from the tap. Say ‘sss pss’ whenever they pee so it helps them know the feeling of when they go.
3. Breathe slowly and deeply, tighten your belly muscles when offering a pee-break, and wait patiently about one minute. Talk to your baby about what you are doing together. Smile at baby in the mirror. Sing a potty song. I’ve collected over 40 potty songs and cheers here.
4. Find some time to give baby a diaper free hour on a washable surface (towel, tiles, a waterproof
mat) so you can observe to begin learning their physical or verbal signs for when they need to wee.
5. Learn to hold your baby in the ‘classic’ EC position – back safely against your belly, hands
gripping and supporting their thighs from below, holding them slightly apart. Practice with a doll if
nervous. Try it out over the bath or laundry sink so you don’t have to ‘aim’ yet.
6. Look into buying a baby potty – potties with smaller holes so your baby can sit more comfortably with your help. A clean bucket is a great first potty – hold between your knees as you dip baby’s bottom in. I still use one!
7. Have fun figuring it out with baby – you might just get addicted. (Skipping messy diaper changes is a huge bonus!)

Perhaps Baby Pottying Will Be A Wonderful Discovery for Your Family?

It’s easy to give it a go as your baby wears diapers between potty visits. There is no concern about ‘mess’ everywhere. Your baby will go in their diaper or nappy as usual when you miss their needs or are otherwise
busy at the time. This is how modern families practice EC.

EC is a flexible option, you need to have some daily consistency, a regular time you give your babe the ‘opportunity’ to use a baby potty to help them stay aware and give them the opportunity to go so you can use your ‘cue’ sound to help them learn when to go.

For Further EC Support you can purchase my popular eBook:

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

Feel free to share these 7 Quick Start EC Tips:

Powered by WordPress | Designed by Elegant Themes