DIY split crotch clothing for elimination communication can be easily done using these common items of baby clothing and just a pair of scissors. With the right clothes, pottying becomes easier and your motivation to offer a pottytunity will increase. No sewing required! Read more
In this blog piece I will show you how to create open or split crotch trousers perfect for EC / infant potty training / baby led potty training from an EXISTING pair of trousers, & all in less than an hour! Read more
Most parents choose to practise infant pottying (EC/elimination communication) part-time, using nappies as ‘backup’ and offering the potty when they think baby needs it. In this article, I want to draw attention to the importance of nappy-off time as part of infant pottying, as well as considering how we may think of this unique parenting practice as part-time-nappy-use instead of part-time-potty-use. Read more
Did you start out parenthood believing that by a certain point, your baby would be sleeping in their own bed? Are you now beyond the point of no return? If you’re co-sleeping with a toddler, read on and I will share with you something that might make a huge difference to your life. Read more
A simple recipe for making your own wool puddle pad, probably the best natural product to protect your cot mattress and other soft furnishings.
Wool is the best product to protect your mattress as well as create a safe sleeping space. Unlike plastic, wool is completely natural and non toxic, biodegradable and eco friendly to produce. If you are pottying your baby, toilet training your toddler or need an incontinence pad for your bed, wool might just be your best friend. If you haven’t already discovered wool and all its amazing properties, read on to find out all you ever wanted to know about WOOL. Read more