Today on the Go Diaper Free Podcast we're talking about what to do when changes in sleep cause a potty pause.
Specifically, we are answering a listener question from Gwenn, from Edmonton Alberta Canada:
"Hello, my name is Gwenn, I'm from Edmonton, Alberta in Canada. I have a question regarding the potty training, because I have to do some sleep training with my six-month-old baby girl, and now we are doing a super fun potty pause. So my question is, what is the best thing to do from here? How do I get back on track with it? Thank you."
I think many parents can relate to a change in sleep routine causing changing in pottying behavior.
And, believe me, this isn't easy.
But getting back on track is possible, and in today's episode we'll go over some methods that will help you!
Listen to the full podcast episode for a special musical surprise at the end.
You will hear:
- How to redirect a potty pause
- What potty pauses are, and how to know when you are experiencing one
- What changes to expect at 6-months-old
- How to do an EC reset, using the easy catches and observation
- How to get back into a rhythm with your baby
Links and other resources mentioned today:
Easy Start Guide for EC (Free Download)
Download the transcript
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