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The Green Quote: Mayim Bialik Is A Green Diaper-Free Mom

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400_mbialik_090120_headshot2“At home, we use elimination communication, which is used in many places of the world. When I first learned about it I thought I was the craziest thing I’ve ever heard. But it’s being talked about a lot more. It’s a diaper-free movement that’s based on the fact that children give signals. It’s a really profound level of communicating with your child. My second son was dry by 11 months. It’s more potty-training the adult than the kid. And it’s not for everyone, that’s for sure. You need to be with your child all the time to learn the signals. My husband was so skeptical but he became a believer very quickly.”

Mayim Bialik (a.k.a Blossom) discussing going green by using “elimination communication” with the Sierra Club. What the? Has anyone else ever heard of his method? Quick — chime in and share your expertise!

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