I think in the UK, nurseries and daycare by law have to provide changing services free of charge.The reasoning behind it is this... the vast majority of child care centers will not take kids who are in diapers anymore. If they do take them there is a substancial extra fee for "diaper duty". So you have working mothers trying their best to get the kids into daycare b/c they doesn't have time to raise them properly. They rush the kids out of diapers and pack them off so the "system" can start caring for them.
Good point; When I have kids i'm just going to watch and if they don't show any interest by the age of 4 then I will start trying them.If the child is ready for it, then I don't see why not, but if it is going to cause a traumatic epxerience, then I'd say leave it for a later date I guess.
Charlie... have you ever seen a 6mos old interested in potty training? If so, I'd love to meet the child.I don't see what's wrong with it.
You should try to potty train the child as soon it starts to recognise that it needs to go, it's just common sense. I think that people have become too obsessed with the concept of babyhood. Diapers aren't important, they're an unfortunate necessity.
Well they don't have to be interested in it, it just seems from the link that parents are simply training their infants and succeeding at doing it!Charlie... have you ever seen a 6mos old interested in potty training? If so, I'd love to meet the child.
Seriously, though. I don't agree with babying your children, or keeping them in diapers when it's not necessary. We are already starting on my sister, and shes about 19 months now. However she walks, talks, knows what it is... etc. She is starting to become 'ready.' However - I have NEVER seen a 6 month old, or 3 month old, that is -ready-.
oh yes, there's been such an explosion in the ABDL population lately. must be that infant potty training that's doing it.Then we wonder why AB/DLism is becoming so wide spread.
It's because they are all upper class stay-at-home yuppie moms who have nothing better to do than sit around and wait for baby to grunt or twitch a little.People are complaining that the U.S. is lazy, not by that article though. Where are all of these parents getting this time on their hands to be able to do this like every 30 minutes?