I’ve always associated infants with diapers.
I’ve never even entertained the thought of not using diapers. Of course, the concept of cloth diapers is a valiant one, but not exactly feasible in many cases.
But diaper free from the get go?
That is a growing trend among parents looking to save some serious cash while sparing Mother Nature of some of the reported 3.4 million tons of diapers dumped into landfills annually.
I think it’s pretty tough to think we could do that with SulliChild as rookie parents. But after reading up on how parents are going about diaper elimination I admit I’m intrigued for future kin. It sounds like a great challenge, while doing some good, saving money and, potentially, aiding in the child’s digestion development.
Chicagoparent.com highlights the trend and diaperfreebaby.org defends it. After defending it, they try to sell it in their online store. I enjoy the BabyBjorn little potty. This method also can be referred to as Elimination Communication, Infant Potty Training, Natural Infant Hygiene and my favorite Potty Whispering.