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#1 of 3 Old 06-24-2012, 12:32 PM - Thread Starter
 
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Hi, I did part time EC with my LG from 1-4 months then went back to full time work and just didn't get to it. I want to start up again on weekends and try explain it a little bit to her nanny (she looks after 2 babies so totally not stressed if she doesn't want to consider it) and I was just wondering from other ECing parents how often their little monkey's peed? My lg is 8 mo next week. I will be popping her on the pt when she wakes in the morning, when I drop her with the nanny, at lunch (I see her during my lunch break), when I collect her, when we get home, before dinner, before and after bath and before bed to try get up and going again. Any comments would be appreciated :) I'm from South Africa and we don't have any support groups here that I know of so just reading the pages on Mothering have been great!

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That sounds like a great plan.

My almost 8 month old pees about 10 minutes after he wakes and every 60-90 minutes while up. He is rarely awake more than 2 hours at a time, so we have 1-2 pees between naps.

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My 15 month old is on a 40 min pee schedule but she drinks a ton of water in addition to nursing a lot. I think you have a good plan but it will take a while to get your LO's rhythm down. I'm still working on that and we started EC at 11 months.
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