When and how to transition from the in-arms EC hold to a mini potty.
If you have been holding your newborn in arms over a container or top hat potty, you might be wondering "hey, when can I start my baby on a mini potty?"
Maybe your child is getting heavy, or they are starting to show you that they can sit up. Whatever the reason, it's a great question, and one we will dive into shortly.
Today on the Go Diaper Free Podcast we're talking about how to transition from an in-arms-hold to the mini potty!
You will hear:
- When and how to transition to the mini potty
- What developmental stages to look for before transitioning
- Signs that your baby is ready for a mini potty
- Other options if you can't hold your baby, but they are too young for a mini potty
- How to position your baby on the mini potty
Links and other resources mentioned today:
- The Go Diaper Free Book
- Potette Plus
- Episode 38 - Sound Association
- The Continuum Concept
- Tiny Potty Board Book
- Bear- Potty Companion
- Potty Cozy
- DIY Potty Cozy Tutorial
- Kushies Waterproof Pads
- Free Observation Log
- The Tiny Potty Training Book
- Top Hat Potty at TinyUndies.com
- Mini Potty at TinyUndies.com
- Easy Start Guide for EC (Free Download)
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