A Perfect Toilet Training By A Mother Who Refused To Put Diaper To A Two-Week-Old Baby!
Hey, ladies! Don’t get heated up with a bucket full of opinions on how to train your baby with toilets.
Because with this post I will connect you with a real life experience of a mom who just refused to put her two-week-old daughter in nappies.
This happened when Cindy Lever (the mother) and her partner were just sitting in a restaurant with their baby and Chloe (the baby) did some in open. All this thought begins from there only!
#4 How then She Managed Toilets?
Instead of wearing diapers to her baby, she preferred to provide her with the best TOILET TRAINING. Wow! Being a super yoga instructor, Cindy uses ‘ELIMINATION COMMUNICATION’ technique to train her baby with the toilet. With this method, she comes to know easily when her baby needs to poo.
Now, you must be thinking that the mother has made her 2-week-old baby sit on TOILET? No! How a newborn baby can able to sit on a toilet on their own.
It’s funny but Cindy did this smartly, read next to see how?
#3 How Does Elimination Communication Works?
Instead of placing her baby on the edge of the sink on her own, she holds her baby from the legs and turned the sink to a miniature toilet for Chloe.
From that moment, Chloe’s parents decided to not to wear a diaper to her baby.
She said, “I started using a combination of common sense, instinct, a perfect timing and listening to my baby, which in fact helped me a lot to judge when my Chloe needs to use the toilet”.
#2 Her Experience
Cindy also shared some amazing things about this TOILET TRAINING.
She said, “Whenever I sense of taking my baby to the toilet, I instantly use to go to sink in the bathroom holding her so that Chloe can easily see herself in the mirror, and I can see the cues in the mirror, also”.
Then she added, “Sometimes when being on the sink Chloe kicks out her legs and push against away from the sink, this means that she doesn’t want to go for a poo now”.
Do you also want to know how this technique works in nights? Click next!
#1 How About At Nights?
Cindy also shared her experience of toilet training to her baby like puppies for nights even.
She said, “Once I sense my baby wriggling it means that she needs to go to the toilet, I immediately pick her up gently and hold her over the sink. There she yawns and wee parallel before going to sleep”.
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