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What it really means when there’s pee on the floor

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No parent really wants to clean up pee – off the floor, the couch, the car seat, or anywhere! Not only that, we’ve attached so much meaning to pee misses, it can be hard not to let it make us feel like a failure. First off, pee on the floor does NOT make you a failure, mom and dad. But it does have meaning! Tune in for today’s episode, where I’ll teach you how to be a pee interpreter.

 

You Will Hear:

  • Common reasons your LO might be having pee misses during wrap-up or potty training
  • What information can be gleaned from these kinds of misses
  • How to keep things progressing in a forward direction so you have more pee in the potty
  • Why your mindset as the parent/caregiver is critical to your kiddo reaching potty independence

 

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xx Andrea

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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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