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EC vocabulary and ec(bonics): some terms that will become your new slang

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Funny how there are so many little sub-languages out there. This one is sure to entertain...and hopefully will clear up some of the questions in your mind.

What is a miss? What is a pottytunity? What exactly is a peenie-weenie??

One of our community's lovely families has also developed their own personal language - and they call it (ec)bonics. That's toward the end of the podcast and I think you might just like it. :)

This week's episode of our EC podcast covers the vocabulary that most people use when talking about doing EC/infant potty training with their babies.

You will hear:

  • 15 of the most common terms used in the practice of EC
  • Tips on what to say and do when you have a miss, misguess, or catch
  • The real difference between EC, "late start EC," and early potty training
  • A brand new take on talking about EC
  • Plus much more...

Links and other resources mentioned today:

Download the Transcript

If you can't listen to this episode right now (um, sleeping baby!?)...download and read the transcript here:

Transcript: EC VOCABULARY + (EC)BONICS

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What EC vocabulary do you use with your baby? Share in the comments!


I look forward to discussing with you in the comments, below!

xx Andrea

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This is a re-post of an article originally published by Andrea Olson on December 9, 2013

Andrea Olson

About Andrea Olson

I'm Andrea and I spend most of my time with my 6 children (all under 12 yo) 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. (And I love, love, love, mango gelato.)

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