Tracy - posted on 09/29/2010 ( 8 moms have responded )
I am wondering if any mom's have tried Elimination Communication (Natural Infant Hygiene or Potty Whispering...whatever you choose to call it) where the infant does not wear diapers as a precursor to potty training. The idea is to become in-tune with your baby's elimination patterns so you can proactively put them on the potty when they need to go. I have read that some people actually start this before the baby can even hold its had up! This technique is supposed to potty train infants by 18 months or even earlier. See site for more info- http://www.diaperfreebaby.org
I use cloth diapers during the day at home. My girls are 11 months and I was wondering what is a good age to start going diaper-less (even if it is just at home and during the day)? Is there a reason NOT to do this with twins? Seems like a lot of work. Please share your experiences! I would love to hear from you! Thanks.