(The Atlantic) At Nappy Free Baby, the dogma is that if you "tune into baby," "learn to recognize baby's signals," and "create a unique bond," you can potty-train an infant.
"If you are not sure about reading her signals at first, don't worry. Try holding her over a potty anyway."
Helen Lennard reported for the BBC this morning on how to raise a baby whose existence does not burden the environment. Among reasonable suggestions (wherein "nappies" are diapers) ...
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