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Tag Archive: potty training

Potty Training Boot Camp
June 6, 2012 4:03 pm | by

The plan was always to have a second baby before my first turned three.   As we started to get closer to having to pull the trigger on working to get pregnant again, the plan quickly evolved to having my first, a boy- Kendall, potty trained before his younger sibling arrived.   Yes, I know that’s pretty young to potty train, especially a boy, when it comes to the advice I’ve read. We were really lucky, though, because he seemed more than ready. At not even 2, we left him for the first time, in the care of my mother.

Warehouse Roulette – I Peed
April 19, 2012 5:37 am | by

I’ve been bugged by Jenn and others to write posts on the blog for a long time, but I didn’t want to have to figure out what to write about while staying somewhat on topic. So the obvious solution was to write about random things in the warehouse. Warehouse roulette! To make it fun and very random, I put all of the warehouse locations in a box, mixed it up and drew a location.   And what a lovely location it is. It’s a shelf full of Flip Training Pants! Oh la la! Such pretty boxes! In the effort of

Real Mom Talk: Potty Learning – Ready or Not?
April 4, 2012 1:30 pm | by

It appears to be that time… my little guy is about 2.5 years old, and already more than half of his playgroup since birth is fully potty trained. Not just the girls, but the boys too. I’m starting to feel a little weird having to take diapers to Mother’s Day Out. With two kids in (cloth) diapers, I’d definitely welcome at least one of them moving to underwear. We’ve had the supplies for a while: we have two potty chairs, and a special potty seat for the “big potty”. We got him some ridiculously cute Flip training pants, which he

Cloth Diapers 101: Types of Cloth Diapers
March 19, 2012 1:46 pm | by

It has been more than a year since we shared information about the different styles or types of cloth diapers currently available. There are a lot of new products that have been introduced in the last year, so we thought a little refresher course might help. Just like any new hobby or skill you learn, parenting and especially cloth diapering, comes with its own jargon. I was really confused when I first started, then I got the hang of it. I felt pretty confident when I joined the Cotton Babies team only to learn there was a lot more to

Learn more about new Flip Trainers!
December 19, 2011 1:37 am | by
Cloth Diaper Creams

Flip Potty Trainers are a unique pull-up, pull-down, snap-off, one-size potty training system made with replaceable one-size pads. The outer shell is made of PUL and has detachable tabs made of the same stretchy material we use for the tabs on all Flip and bumGenius products. The tabs attach with snaps. The replaceable one-size soakers are made of six layers of organic cotton jersey (the same fabric used to make Flip organic cotton inserts). The soakers attach to the shell using ultra-soft loop fabric. Design by experienced potty training parents means usable, cost-effective products for you! Flip Features: A waterproof

New Product Giveaway!
September 14, 2011 1:52 pm | by

To celebrate the launch of our new bumGenius Freetime and Flip Training Pants, as well as our new colors and Genius Series prints, we’re hosting a giveaway! It’s easy to enter this contest. Just share about your favorite new product, print or color with your friends through your favorite online social media venue. If you share as a tweet or status, feel free to tag @CottonBabies, @bumGenius or @FlipDiapers. Then come back here and leave a comment telling us what you said and where you said it! One entry per household, please.   Each randomly chosen winner will receive their

Announcing NEW Flip Training Pants!
September 12, 2011 12:23 pm | by

Flip Training Pants are training pants done right. Our one-size waterproof shell with replaceable organic cotton pads let your little one learn by feeling wetness. Now your child can pull them up and down when it’s time to go, or you can unsnap the side, making messy changes less messy.Flip Potty Trainers are a unique pull-up, pull-down, snap-off, one-size potty training system made with replaceable one-size pads. The outer shell is made of PUL and has detachable tabs made of the same stretchy material we use for the tabs on all Flip and bumGenius products. The tabs attach with snaps.

In the Home Stretch (for this one)
July 2, 2009 4:12 pm | by

Bye, Bye diapers! Lily (21 months) has been completely out of diapers for a week and a half now. She is very young to potty train by today’s standards, but she hit a point where she started to get it and with a little help (and a few m&m’s) she is about 90% there now. I have chronicled our potty tales in the posts Elimination Communication and Elimination Communication – A Year Later. There came a day a couple weeks ago when she stopped wanting to pee in her diaper and would tell me or show some sign of needing

Elimintation Communication – A year later
June 14, 2009 1:33 pm | by

Almost a year ago I posted about our journey with part time Elimination Communication (EC for ease of typing). It began kind of accidentally when she was about 7 months old and we just offered her opportunities as we could. We were on quite a roll for a while until Lily was a little over age one. We had traumatic move that really upset our schedules for a few months in a row. During that time I really scaled back on her pottying, but I tried to at least have her go once a day upon waking in the morning

Elimination Communication
July 1, 2008 11:33 pm | by

In hanging around with moms who tend towards natural ideas, I had heard whispers about EC, but I quickly wrote it off as something that was a little over the edge for me. Elimination Communication is sometimes called Infant Potty Training, but it really is a little more and a little less than that. The name Elimination Communication sums up exactly what it is about, communication with our very young children about their elimination needs. Think about it, your child found ways very early on to communicate with you about other needs like being tired or hungry. Their elimination is