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Regression at Walking: I thought we were gonna be wrapping it up, but it’s the opposite!

regression at walking

“I thought we were gonna be wrapping it up, but it's the opposite!” What do you do when you hit regression after Baby starts walking? Should you just give up and put her back in diapers? Today I demystify this common EC experience + share several ways to respond and flow with this phase like a pro.

You will hear:

  • what resistance actually means
  • how to respond to resistance
  • tips for giving your child privacy during pottying
  • show to figure when to offer the potty
  • the ultimate goal of any response to resistance
  • tasks to teach for pottying independence
  • tools for a smooth transition to independence

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Andrea Olson

About Andrea Olson

I'm Andrea and I spend most of my time with my 5 children (all under 10 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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