Potty training can be a touchy subject for parents. It seems like parents are tasked with the question, “Is he/she pottytrained yet?” on a daily basis. An infographic entitled “The Straight Poop: Adventures in Toilet Training”, describing the history of pottytraining, and what the future of pottytraining may hold.
If you were able to travel back in time to the 1950’s, before the invention of disposable diapers, cloth diapers were the only option, and the average age of pottytraining for toddlers was 18 months. Today’s toddlers don’t pottytrain until the average age of 36 months.
Some believe that this is due to the fact that disposable diapers are less hassle than pottytraining, and that disposables are much more comfortable soiled than their cloth counterparts.
Across the globe, diapers are not the norm. 50% of the world’s babies never wear a diaper, and are
potty trained by a year old. Why? Elimination communication. This infographic explains the basics of
elimination communication, and gives you step-by-step instructions plus a set of tips and tricks on how to start elimination communication with your child.
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