Easy Catch #4: Getting in or out of something

Easy Catch #4 Getting in or out of something

Do you pee before a long road trip or at a pit stop?

So do babies.

Getting into or out of a carseat, high chair or your arms is the perfect time to offer baby the toilet.

Let's face it...transition times are awesome!

This easy 5 minute video will explain more:

You'll learn:

  • how babies are like dogs (and every other mammal)
  • why babies will poop or pee in the carseat, at times
  • why you should potty baby before putting him in the high chair, and,
  • an embarrassing miss I had in the grocery store.

And that is it for our easy catch series. In case you've missed any of them, the 4 Easy Catches are:

  1. Wake up + pee
  2. Diaper changes
  3. Poop
  4. Getting in and out of something (this one)

 

 

You'll learn:

  • how babies are like dogs (and every other mammal)
  • why babies will poop or pee in the carseat, at times
  • why you should potty baby before putting him in the high chair, and,
  • an embarrassing miss I had in the grocery store.

And that is it for our easy catch series. In case you've missed any of them, the 4 Easy Catches are:

  1. Wake up + pee
  2. Diaper changes
  3. Poop
  4. Getting in and out of something (this one)

 

Resource Recommendation

Potty Time Master: a MiniCourse that helps you get extremely good at detecting the 4 ways to know baby has to pee.

Go Diaper Free:my popular EC book that simplifies EC, beginning to end.

Andrea Olson

About Andrea Olson

I'm Andrea and I spend most of my time with my husband and 5 children (newborn to 8 years old) and the rest of my time teaching other new parents how to do Elimination Communication with their 0-18 month babies. I love what I do and try to make a difference in one baby or parent's life every single day.

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