Once upon a time, I met a new mama at a playground in Berkeley, California, and we started to chat about EC. She told me:
"Oh, I tried that. I just got so sick of taking my baby to the potty every 15 minutes!"
Being a tad bit confused, I asked her to tell me more about why every 15 minutes. She replied:
"Well, that is exactly how another mom told me I should do it."
I empathized that no wonder it felt exhausting, and no wonder her baby very quickly refused being pottied (and this totally re-confirmed my gusto in finishing my new EC book...because clearly people needed this info SO badly).
I grabbed her email address and promised to keep in touch with a better way to do EC soon, with my book.
in today's video, I talk about why we don't potty baby every 15 minutes. Clocking timing can (and will) totally backfire if it is not informed by other things that absolutely affect your baby's pee and poo timing. Let me explain in this quick 4 minute video.
(Btw, in the video I say that she emailed me 5 years ago. Nope. She and I met on the playground 7 years ago. Mommy brain! LOL.)
In this video, you'll learn:
- why babies freak out and pause when we aren't aware of their actual timing
- when clock timing CAN work
- what other ways you can successfully potty your baby.
I hope you love it. Now, let's mingle:
Please comment below with whether you've found a way to make clock timing work for you, rather than against you.
Looking forward to learning from you!
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