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Parent shaming when your baby goes potty

Imagine this: you’re out on a playdate and your baby signals potty, so you take him/her to the bathroom. When you come back, you get a load of uninvited opinion from your “friend” suggesting that you’re harming your baby somehow. Ever been here? Its called parent shaming and it’s a hot topic right now. Continue reading

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The potty pause and how to overcome it

A potty pause or potty strike is very common when pottying (elimination communication). It usually occurs between 6-12 months but can happen earlier or later than this (every baby is different). Many parents stop pottying their baby at this point, but this is not your only option. Read on to understand why a potty pause happens and what you can do about it when it does.  Continue reading

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Using Nappies When Your Baby Goes Potty

If you’re reading this blog and you are someone who helps their baby use a potty, you probably also use nappies. But did you know that the way you use a a nappy, and even the way you think about nappies can affect your chances of successful pottying? Read on to find out what you can do about it.
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