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Tag Archive: potty training

Riding the Potty Train
March 15, 2008 9:56 am | by

There are as many ways to approach potty training as there are children in diapers. Even in the same family, different kids will require a different way of learning. But there is one thing about potty training that I think needs to be made very clear: Potty training is a process, not an event. Think of it like weaning your child to solid food. You wouldn’t ever expect them to go straight from getting all or most of their nutrition from bottle or breast to getting all of it from solid food. Their little bodies, minds and habits need to

 
It’s Easier Now!
February 2, 2008 7:48 pm | by

While I was in the throes of cloth diapering my newborn this time around, I realized I had forgotten how much babies pee. I think I must have blocked it out from the last few times, or maybe it is because I didn’t have it written in a blog somewhere. But now it will be saved forever for posterity. Babies pee a lot. And they pee often. Newborns pee almost continually, I think, at least it seems that way sometimes! But then with Lily there came a day, at around 3 months, when I realized that cloth diapering had just

 
Toilet paper defense
November 8, 2007 6:07 pm | by

This is a little off topic, but hey… it’s a blog. Why is the toilet paper roll a toddler magnet? I don’t know how many times I’ve rewound the toilet paper roll after our little one unrolled it onto the floor at 5,000 rpm. It usually ends up looking like a bird nest stuck on the wall. So the other day I noticed the toilet paper was put on with the end going down the back and against the wall (as opposed to the easier-to-access over the top and in front position) . Andrew came in and started pawing at