Ah potty training. Whether you're anticipating it with a game plan or wanting for it to just magically happen, it's inevitable. You could go with disposable trainers, however, in my experience, even though the books say it can be done in three days, it really takes a few months. There will be accidents. (Read more...)
Grab a second look at one of the newest product lines to stock the shelves here at Diaper Junction, Super Undies!
What better way to get to know the product then to check out video reviews from youtube. Video reviews allow you to see and hear how Super Undies work, straight from families who've used them!
New to Diaper Junction are Super Undies! They're great quality, easy to use reusable training pants that your little one is sure to love. They function just like real undies and make the transition from diaper to underwear really easy.
Enter to win a Super Undies trainer of your choice in today's FYSF giveaway!
I don't know about you, but I'm sort of a pack rat. I keep things "just-in-case" and also for sentimental reasons. Over the years (and I do mean years) I'll slowly and repeatedly weed through old boxes and thin out stuff I no longer need or stuff I finally decide I can part with, but I never really get rid of all of it.
Public restrooms disgust me, so potty training boys seemed like it would be an easy and awesome feat.
But what happens when you realize that they think it's ok to pee on the playground, at a birthday party or off your front doorstep?
The Cloth Diaper Blog is getting an editorial facelift and we are stepping outside the diaper pail to bring you new topics and fresh content! Feel free to comment about our new approach and let us know if there is a topic that you would like to see.
Interested in learning more about the Flip Trainer? Then you've come to the right place!
Read all about the Flip Trainer, who manufactures it, how it works and why you should try it when you're potty training your toddler.
If you're shopping for cloth training pants, then you have nothing to worry about. Choose the Gro Via My Choice Trainers.
Gro Via is a green company that makes the perfect training pants for both your baby and the environment, and all at a great affordable price for your family. You will love GroVia My Choice Trainers.
My daughter is two years old now! It feels like moments ago that I held her for the first time and looked into her beautiful blue eyes. It feels like just yesterday that she was a newborn and it almost felt that she would stay that way forever! But now, now our precious Bunny is a little girl. Shes no longer a baby, and not even really a toddler anymore. Shes a little girl capable of complex sentences and hilarious conversations. She is also capable of going pee pee and poopy on the pottythough she has yet to do so eagerly or of her own free will.
Heading into the potty training stage? Read all about what you can expect and suggestions that will make potty training so much easier on you and your little one.
Potty Training? Not yet? Well now you have something to look forward to. Many of your favorite cloth diaper manufacturers, companies who previously only made cloth diapers, have heard your cries and are releasing their own cloth training pants! We know you're just going to love these new products. Now you don't have to be so sad about your little one potty training because they'll have cute cloth trainers that they can move right into.
Just prior to the birth of my first daughter, friends of mine asked if we were planning on using disposable diapers, cloth diapers or no diapers. My wife and I already planned on using cloth diapers. But what in the world was this last option: no diapers?
I was intrigued.
After some research, I discovered what this “no diapers,” otherwise known as Elimination Communication (EC), is all about. Now, just about two years later, I am all about EC. Why?
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My amazing little girl suddenly exploded into speech at about 13 months old. With this new ability to express what she wants and needs, everyone in our family is very excited. “Up!” “Down!” and “Nurse!” are some of her favorites, but the list has just grown and grown since then. At 16 months old, she can ask for just about anything she wants. She’s still using mostly just one word at a time, but there really isn’t much of anything she won’t say. I love being able to say, “Sweetheart, use your words,” when she starts to whine or cry because she wants something and then to watch her face light up as she searches for the word that will best express her current desire.
I love cloth diapering for so may reasons, but I think this one may top them all: getting out of diapers sooner. Among the parental joys of toddlerhood ”precious hugs and kisses, repeated renditions of the ABC song, adorable words and phrases to record in memory books” successful use of the potty ranks right up there at the top.
We often get asked about Potty Training - or rather, HOW to Potty Train a child that has been cloth diapered. There are a gamut of questions that come from both sides of the cloth diapering spectrum; questions like "How will they know NOT to pee in their cotton training underwear when they've always peed and pooped in their cotton diapers?" to "Is it true that babies that have been cloth diapered potty train easier?"
Get Ready, Get Set...
Are you ready for potty training? Is your toddler ready? Our advice .. dont start too soon or at a stressful time in your life or in your toddlers life.
Your toddler needs to be ready both body and mind
Not all children will experience the same level of bladder control at the same age, so you will need to trust your toddlers judgment. This may become an exercise in your own readiness to let go of your babys dependence and accept a degree of independence from your toddler.