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DD1 - 31 month update

> Age of your EC-child...
31 months

> We started at...
3.5 months, grad at 23 mo

> Generally speaking we are doing...
Great.  The misses over the last month were an unusual night time miss and the next day an after nap miss.  Those are very unusual for us, and the best I could tell were related to illness (with absolutely no other symptoms).

> How do you know your baby has to go? Baby's signals? Timing? Intuition? Is there a difference for poos and pees?
She tells us or goes on her own.

> Which positions/receptacles do you use?
She mainly uses the BBLP or BB potty chair, and rarely uses the BB insert on the toilet (like if it is the only option available in the bathroom).  She always just sits on the toilet (no insert, but I usually hoist her up) when out and about.

> Do you use diapers or training pants? On what occasions, what kind of diapers?
Panties, the larger sized 2/3T, Hanna Andersson XS and Gymboree 3/4 fit her best.

> How are you doing away from home?
Great.  She tells us when she needs to go potty, and we take her to a restroom where she will sit on the toilet and go.

> What are you doing at night?
Jane has been independent in night time pottying.  She had 1 miss, and she got out of bed once (right after getting in bed) to use the toilet over the past month.  So, most nights she is dry all-night.

> Who takes baby (toddler) to the potty?
Herself, me, DH, nanny and babysitter

> Accidents - how many do you have?  What times are especially accident-prone?
I only recall the 2 unusual sleeping misses over the past month.

> Other new insights:
I am super happy that my toddler girl has been a graduate for seemingly so long now!  It is really cool, and I love the *end result* of our ec’ing relationship.  We are very comfortable talking about pees and poos.

> What do you like most about ec’ing at the moment?
I love that it is our *normal* related to where and why one should pee and poop.

> Do you ever wish you'd have never heard about it?
No.

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