Cloth diapers are becoming increasingly more popular, among crunchy, and not so crunchy parents. And if you are new to the topic, reading through tons of information can make the task seem, a little daunting. So, I will share with you some tips, and pointers, on how to make cloth diapering easy and dispel some myths along the way!
Myth 1: Cloth Diapers Take a lot of Time As we all know, babies thrive within incorporating routine. This can go the same for your diapering! When broken down, you only need to include 2-3 extra loads of laundry per week, to be able to keep your baby in cloth diapers. That’s depending on the size of your stash – if you have less [...]
I hope you found the first post on potty training useful. Now let’s get into how days 2 to 5 went for us…
Potty Training Day 2:
We started the same way and took off the Pull-Ups first thing in the morning. Again I mentally prepared him to use the potty. This time I used the Daniel Tiger card. A little bit of background in case you don’t know, Daniel Tiger is one of the best kids cartoons ever and Ayyoub’s favorite at the moment. There is a famous potty episode with a song that seems to have helped many moms when training.
He resisted, but eventually got better through the day as I rewarded him for every time he went potty. You will notice [...]
The dreaded potty training phase that most parents dread facing when their toddler is ready (or maybe some of you can’t wait…)
My son was two months shy of turning 3-years-old when I decided to give myself a week to potty train him. He had just started some weekly pre-school prep classes at My Gym and I felt it was time. We used the “Oh Crap Potty Training” Method by Jamie Glowacki, which I learned about through a Positive Parenting Solutions training I purchased this year. I didn’t really emotionally prepare for the ride and just threw myself into it and told my husband that the kids and I would not be going out for at least three days.
I found potty training [...]