The honeymoon’s over, so they say, when Baby starts walking. 😔 But does toddlerhood really mark the end of understanding and enjoying your Baby 🤔 (or the end of success with EC)? In part 3 of our 3-part series, I debunk a host of toddlerhood myths and lay out a roadmap of what to expect, when, and how to roll with this time of emerging independence like a parenting pro 👏 (including how to achieve potty independence)!
You will hear:
- a roadmap for parenting young toddlers including
- how often toddlers pee and poo
- when the Wonder Weeks occur during this phase
- what sleep regressions to expect
- how to interpret resistance during the toddler phase
- what skills your toddler is working on
- top 12 things to expect
Links and other resources mentioned today:
- “Passing the Baton” Young Toddler EC Program
- The Premium Course Pack (all minicourses + 3 new programs)
- The Log App for iOS and Android
- Mini Potty
- Potty Pause Resolution MiniCourse
- Tiny Undies (especially Bear/Learn for self-dressing)
- Wonder Weeks Book + App
- Montessori from the Start
- Constipation Podcast
- Signals, Oh my!
- Hybrid Plan for wrapping up EC included in the Go Diaper Free Book
- Tiny Potty Training Book
- Dream pee Podcast
- Diaper Free at Daycare MiniCourse
- Diaper Free at Daycare Podcast
- The Potty Tribe for weekly support chats + fun!
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