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Infant Potty Training: A Gentle and Primeval Method Adapted to Modern Living

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Overall customer rating: 4.500
Leticia K

great book

by Leticia K on Jun 2, 2011

This is a great book. The only thing that I did not like is the small print. It is hard to read.

Raech

Infant Potty Training

by Raech on May 29, 2008

This is the most in-depth resource I have found about infant potty training. The idea is that instead of using diapers, you can learn what signals your baby gives when they need to eliminate, teach them a cue, and have them go in the toilet or a small pot. This book contains detailed explanations of the method, compares it with conventional toilet training (at toddler age), examines misconceptions about infant potty training, relates stories and testimonials from parents in the US and other countries, and includes a survey of toilet training methods (and attitudes) in different cultures, as well as an extensive reference guide for further information. By far the most useful part to me was the first section, which not only explains how to learn mutual communication with your infant about elimination needs, but also outlines how to teach an older infant, how to use the method in combination with diapers, how to involve other caregivers and handling the inevitable accidents and setbacks.

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