As long as the children learn to go to the toilet, they are wearing nearly two to three thousand diapers. Now in Germany, some mothers are trying to raise children without diapers and keep the house clean.

In India, no diapers were worn for long periods. His grandmother’s grandmother, grandmother, mother or midwife changed and used to mug her house in the house. If the economy is open, then there is also a diaper with it. These diapers can be used today in many countries around the world. Some parents in Germany are now practicing the habit of going to the toilet without having children without diapers.

Every morning when Alice wakes up for 15 months, her mother Fryer Downer takes her to the bathroom. When they go out, then in the bush Elise understands the word LuLu, and in this way, he is getting used to a toilet, since childhood.

Like many other Donor couples donor children without diapers, many couples have walked in this direction from Finland to Italy in Europe. No diaper, no powder, and no diaper bag. Freya Donor is not a diaper free solution but a solution. She says, “Alice cried a lot, and I talked to a diaper free babysitter who said that children say that since we have stopped using diapers, Alice’s cry has decreased and she looks satisfied. Let us get good results immediately. ”

How To Use Diaper

How To Use Diaper

How To Use Diaper

Donner has not only used this habit for his child, but he is also teaching other couples how to make children habit of the toilet without diapers. In 2012, he started this work with the Baby less Without Diapers Association. She was part of the first group to join its workshop. He got the doctor from the online forum, Dr. Heinrich Ritz. Ritz is a general practitioner and is a school physician in Browns wig, Northern Germany.

Ritz has been treating dermatitis in children due to diapers for nearly 20 years, and it is commonly called diaper rash. Four years ago, he advised parents to stop using diapers. In a conversation with DW, he said, “Elimination Communication is called in English colloquial.” There is less information about this in the medical world, but doctors are constantly interested in it.

“Elimination Communication is the oral sign that causes the infants to go to the bathroom or toilets. Ritz explains that he was taught at the medical school in Germany that children learn to control bladder only during the 24 months of age.

Although a 13-month-old child’s diaper rash was so high that Dr. Ritz advised the removal of diapers and told the child’s mother that before going home, the child would try to urinate and the child did this on the mother’s point of view. Potty and toilet paper is used in elimination communication.

Practice Required

Elimination Communication (EC) requires a lot of time. Later it becomes less. Taking the third year, diaper free babies can go to the toilet themselves, while the other children start learning potty at this age. In America, EC pioneer Laurie Bakke began to this practice with her third child. She writes, “After nine months, she rarely needed a diaper, neither in the day nor in the night.

If she were 18 months old, she would often be dry, and she learned the method of going to potty until she was 24 months old. Was there are three main ways of timing, q, and signals. Timing means creating a time table that the child never potty. It may be before sleeping or eating.

Q is a voice that a mother or father does to take the baby to the restroom. Like in India, often shun sound is used. By giving these voices repeatedly, the child makes an association. Donner tells people were coming to her workshop, “90 percent of the children tell what they want to do. In the case of Alice, she cried a lot before potty.” In other signs, when the child starts urinating, remove his clothes or remove the blanket or suddenly behave strangely.

Big Savings

Nearly 800 to 1000 euro survivors of Freya’s workshop are saved. The price of diapers in India is between 10 to 20 rupees. Not only this, a diaper takes four and a half hundred years to finish. Just at least 84 million diapers are thrown in Germany every day.

Here, about two million children in the country wear P & G diapers. Procter and Gamble Company did not respond to the Diaper Free Movement, but Brand Het Melanie Schweitzer had raised the issue of hygiene.

Doctor Rhine is the Director of Children’s Clinics of Grantor Bon. They believe that hygiene is the problem of being diaper free. They say, “I advocate children to raise their diapers without any help, but more research is needed for EC because most of the pediatricians do not have any experience in it.

“Now it’s a matter of diaper and every day for donor and baby Alice. She sleeps at night without her mother’s diaper. And if they wake up, they use potty pans placed near the bed.