#12: When does baby have to pee? Part 3 of 4

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As I've said many times before, it's so important to understand all 4 of what I call "Roads to Potty Time." This episode covers the 3rd way to know it's time to offer the potty to your baby.

Generic (or common) Timing.

Most babies hold their pee in various situations, so pottying them before or after these events is usually successful. These are common times that most babies usually need to pee.

And it's also important to use generic timing to balance your own busy life - how do you integrate potty time into your shopping, visits, classes, events, and daily rhythms like showering, cooking, and bathing?

This session answers all those questions and more.

In this session, you will hear more about:

  • Why generic timing is awesome...and how it can be overdone and lead to resistance and potty pauses
  • Will your baby really hold it where he's supposed to?
  • Will your baby pee while she's in your arms?
  • The top 6 times to offer the potty to your baby
  • How to integrate pottying into a convenient day-to-day schedule
  • A bunch of great examples of what it looks like to practice Elimination Communication by common, or generic, timing
  • How to blend the use of generic timing with your baby's natural timing and NOT cause a rebellion!
  • Plus much more...

Right click here to download the MP3

Some links + resources I mentioned in this session

Transcript

 Click here to download the transcript for Session 12 (PDF)

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Thanks! xx Andrea


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Andrea Olson

About Andrea Olson

I'm Andrea and I spend most of my time with my 3 children (5, 2, and 5 months) 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.

1 Comment

  1. jenny on November 26, 2013 at 10:40 pm

    The pdf link is broken.

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