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Training An Infant

The Natural Choice

Communication Is Key

There is a lot of stress put on communication these days.  We hear it in terms of our work, dealing with our mates, teens and even our pets.  We know our children begin communicating with us very early, but most of us have thought that, given their size and helplessness, babies aren't in touch enough with their own beings to be able to communicate their needs very well. 

Perhaps our Western minds have missed some important thoughts - thoughts which have been part of other cultures for centuries.  Mothers around the world who don't have diaper services, disposables or potty training chairs, have been toilet training their babies since birth with great success.

Down with diapers?

Now, for those in the West, there is a different method of potty training and it presents an alternative to full-time diapers.  While some may argue that the natural hygiene method of toilet training is inconvenient, the truth of the matter is that potty training is inconvenient at the best of times.  If you wait until the child is older to start training, there are some added challenges of diaper struggles and more intense clean-ups. 

Diapers also present something of a health challenge.  Have we considered the hygienic effects of dirty diapers on our children?  Probably not.

What will it take?

The work of potty training in infancy requires time, diligence and patience.  A stay-at-home parent who will be with the baby for the first year or two is optimal.  If the parent works, then having someone in the home to help is the next-best thing.  A family member, nanny or friend to help with the project keeps the continuity. 

Natural infant hygiene can also be accomplished if the parent is only able to be consistent in the morning and evenings.  If you can't manage the commitment or can't arrange help to ensure the process is kept consistent, then perhaps this method will not be the best for you and your baby.  If it seems doable, go ahead and try it.  The very worst case scenario is that you go back to full-time diapering.

When to start potty training?

Ideally, starting during the first six months is suggested since there seems to be a period of sensitivity wherein the baby is open to learning the connection between their urges and communication in these first months.  Most infants have gained fairly good control of their elimination long before they are a year old.  It does appear that the average age of completion for natural infant hygiene in the West is two years.

It all goes back to communication

With the right mindset, being relaxed, positive, gentle and consistent with their babies, parents can enjoy the rewards of reading their babies' signals and communication with them in a very deep and intimate way.  And the bonus is a successfully potty trained baby.

 

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