Saturday, May 18, 2024

Amazing! Couple’s Baby Fully Potty Trained in Just 2 Weeks!

Welcoming ⁤a newborn into your life brings ​immense joy, love, and happiness. However, amidst all the sunshine, there are ⁤also some challenges, such ⁤as dealing with crying at night and changing diapers frequently.

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YOUTUBE SCREENSHOT – ON THE WAY BY MONTANA LOWER

According to experts, most babies can be potty trained between 18 and 24 months old. However, it is⁤ not uncommon for some babies to not be ready until they are three years old.⁤ But⁣ one couple managed ⁤to surprise everyone‌ and make parents around the⁢ world⁢ envious by successfully potty training their baby at just two weeks old.

Montana Lower and ⁣Tom Lindwood from Byron Bay, Australia, shared their story on their YouTube channel ‍’On The Way’. They regularly post videos about their‌ lives and ⁤their success in potty training their baby using the “elimination​ communication” method.

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YOUTUBE SCREENSHOT – ON THE WAY BY MONTANA LOWER

Reportedly, their baby girl, ⁤Blue, has not needed diapers since she was two weeks old. Instead, her parents have to look out ⁤for cues that she needs to go to the toilet. This ⁢has led to Blue developing a​ learned behavior‌ and being able to communicate her needs to her parents.

The elimination communication process relies on parents to observe and‌ recognize when their baby needs to go to the toilet and take‍ them there. Lower and Lindwood applied this technique in⁣ their own home, ⁢and ‌it has exceeded​ their expectations.

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YOUTUBE SCREENSHOT – ON THE WAY BY MONTANA LOWER

Lower was initially skeptical about the elimination ⁢communication method but decided to give it a try. After just one day of taking it seriously and committing⁢ to noticing cues, Blue was able to communicate her needs ⁣to her parents.

According to Lower, babies are born without any knowledge of how to go to the ⁣bathroom, so if they are‍ not taught to⁢ go in their diaper, there is no ‍need to unteach them. The signs that a baby needs to go to⁤ the toilet are⁣ similar to those of being hungry, but every baby may display⁤ different cues.

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YOUTUBE SCREENSHOT – ON THE WAY BY MONTANA LOWER

The couple chose to try the elimination​ communcation ‍method for various reasons,⁢ including avoiding‌ shame and disassociation with intimate areas, especially for girls. This method has gained popularity over the years and has its benefits, such as being cleaner and more‌ comfortable‍ for both the baby and parents. It also strengthens the bond between them‌ and helps the baby gain self-esteem.

However, it also has its challenges, such as requiring dedication and time. But for⁢ Blue’s parents, a single day ⁢was enough ‍to see results.

In⁣ a video, they shared their personal experiences and encouraged others to learn more about the elimination ⁣communication ⁣method. They‍ hope their story will inspire and help other parents who are considering ⁢this⁣ approach.

In conclusion, ⁢welcoming a newborn into your life brings both joy ‍and challenges. But with dedication and the right approach, potty ​training can be ‍achieved at a young age, as proven by Blue’s parents. Watch ‌their video ⁣below to ‍learn more about their journey. Don’t forget to share this with your friends and family.

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