I'm here for tips and support on working with my 12.5 month old DD to ditch those awful diaper changes. With the exception of my mom (who had us sitting on a potty once we were able around six months), everyone i know thinks I'm nuts. I read about EC while pregnant but was on the fence about it and decided to diaper. Fast forward to ten months pp and my squirmy, crawling, won't-stand-still for a quick diaper (I have long abandoned trying to get her to lay down lol) daughter had me stumped. I started taking her in the bathroom when I had to go since she was getting clingy and after a couple of weeks I got a potty under her. These days she will happily sit on the potty and usually go or at least try. There are better days and ones that aren't so good but overall it's easier than not using the potty. Most poop is on the potty (yay), and here and there I believe she's signaled to go. I switched to cloth diapers when out, cloth diapers/training pants/naked at home and disposables at night and nap time. I have a smaller potty that comes out with us and I do my best to take her every 45 mins (or 30 if she didn't go or used her diaper last time).
That's the gist of where we are at. I'd appreciate any tips from BTDT parents and it's so good to see I'm not alone in trying to retire diapers by birthday no two :-)