Diaper-free baby advice
Do you want to develop a loving relationship with your baby—one in which you listen to their needs and respond gently?
Do you want to avoid the waste and pollution that comes with using disposable diapers?
Do you want to avoid the water waste that happens when laundering cloth diapers?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, Elimination Communication may be a good choice for you and your baby.
I will provide advice on how to use elimination communication with your baby, so that you can bypass the potty training stage all together.
Elimination communication is not an odd or new practice, neither should it feel forced or manipulative. It's simply a way to provide loving care to your baby, noticing their signals and providing a way to eliminate in an appropriate container (or even directly in the toilet).
People all over the world raise their babies without diapers, and it's an excellent way to eliminate waste, as well as to build a trusting relationship with your baby.
Training & Qualifications
I am a mother of three, and used a combination of elimination communication, cloth diapering, and disposables with my children. I never went through a potty training stage with any of my children, as they were familiar with the toilet from the time they were newborns.
Availability & Preferences
My availability is flexible.