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Old 04-01-2003, 10:26 PM - Thread Starter
 
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that's how my 4 month old pooped the other day. It was soooo cute. It was the middle of the night, I had just nursed her and was trying to put her back to sleep. She was squirming and squiggling and couldn't get comfy.....so I put her on the potty. Her eyes were closed and body was all floppy.....but she went!!! After she did her business, I put her dipe back on and she conked out immediately. I had to laugh. I had to share it with somebody and DH wouldn't appreciate being awakened to hear about it....so, my SIL was awake with her two week old, so I ran in to tell her about it!

EC is the best!

My sister, hoppytoad (on the MDC boards) is on her way out here from the east coast tonight. She'll be ECing her 8 month old on the plane. I'm interested to hear how it goes.....

BTW....Laurie, I'm reading you book right now. I just love it...especially all the info & pics from different cultures.

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that is so cute. Too bad you didn't have someone to take a picture.

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That is very cool! My 8 month old ds does his first morning pee on the pot leaning on my or dh's shoulder, with his head down and eyes shut....he's just not ready to greet the world yet, but he's awake enough to need to pee. When you put him on the potty, he throws his body forward so he can lean on you, even if it means bending almost double!

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I know - my little guy pees in his half sleep too. I say 'half-sleep,' because can they actually PEE IN their sleep? That's a question I am sure is probably answered in Laura's book, right?
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I know this too much information but I have peed in my sleep

You better believe whenever I start dreaming of toilets I force myself awake.

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Mine too!

When she needs to pee, (whether middle of night or early morning but not ready to wake for the day), I nurse dd while holding the potty under her. She nurses AND pees while half asleep. Amazes me every time.

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