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    Default Elimination Communication

    Who's done it? Tips?

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    I'm unsure what it is?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Allie Pallie View Post
    I'm unsure what it is?
    Having young babies wee into a toilet rather than put them in nappies?

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    EC = fancy modern term for infant toileting, basically what millions of mums past and present have done because they didn't/don't have disposables or cloth or water to waste on washing cloth. Oh and having dirt floors or easy access to a bush helps.

    Yes, we did it part-time with our first from 6 weeks after a visit from my sister who did it full-time with her two. Hoping to give it a better go this time around with bub #2.

    There's a pinned post here:
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    And at least one facebook group that I know of.
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    Do you have the link to the Facebook group?

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    Quote Originally Posted by baleineetveaux View Post
    Do you have the link to the Facebook group?
    Yes, https://www.facebook.com/groups/elim...communication/
    It's a closed group, but there's info in the 'about' column that tells you how to join.


 

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