Yes! Due to the move and baby's age, this is quite common. Unfortunately. But I recently got back on track with EC with my 10 month old and am working on a video to demonstrate what I did for my readers. It'll go a little something like this: do sumo style backup (diaper belt and prefold) for a day or two and feel it occasionally to see when it's wet. Write it down in one of my EC timing logs, or a piece of paper or in your phone, and note any signals or anything else of note, and whether pee or poo. Start timing from waking or feeding, whichever is most convenient. Also note any intuitions that may occur to you around the time you notice she's wet. Change the prefold once wet and repeat for as many hours as it takes to learn her general rhythms. You see, they've changed since last you checked. So spend some time getting to know her natural timing again, and notice any signals or intuitive thoughts (but don't expect either or feel discouraged if either aren't present). After gathering info, begin offering again upon waking and upon being taken out of something. These are called "easy catches" (my EC podcast covers these as well). Then start offering based on the timing you recorded. Find a good SINGLE way to potty, one way, one receptacle or reducer, one toilet, and be consistent. At the very least, close the door to the bathroom and contain it there. Hope this helps!!
Andrea Olson, DS 2.5 yrs, DD due 10/9/13
Author | EC Simplified: Infant Potty Training Made Easy
Owner | GoDiaperFree.com
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