Your little one is more than happy to sit on the potty, but sitting is only half the battle! How can you get her to actually go? Today we're troubleshooting questions from three mamas whose babies have the sitting part down, but are struggling to actually get the pee in the potty.
You Will Hear:
- Tips for transitioning from taking your kiddo to the potty, to her taking herself
- Why sitting should not be a focal point of your EC practice or potty training plan/span>
- How independence and privacy impact potty success
- The effect your baby’s growing bladder - and ability to hold pee - can have on your potty routine
- Common signs it’s time to ditch daytime diapers for go
Links and other resources mentioned today:
- Easy Start Guide for EC - Free Download
- 3-day Primer for Starting Potty Training - Email Series
- Go Diaper Free Store
- Tiny Undies Store
- Does having another baby impact an older child’s potty success? - Podcast #242
- Go Diaper Free Book
- Tiny Potty Training Book
- Shifting from EC to Potty Training: what’s the difference? - Podcast #229
- Wrapping Up EC MiniCourse
- The Logapp for iOS and Android
- Mini Potty
- Mini Potty Cozy
- Top Hat Potty
- Potty Time Master MiniCourse
- How much play on the potty is too much? - Podcast #221
- Potty Pause Resolution MiniCourse
- The Bundle - All 7 MiniCourses
- Private EC Support Group on Facebook
- Private Potty Training Support Group on Facebook
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