Baby coton pants W-free
A little pants, very practical for W-free babies.
The Slip W-free™ has been especially developed for children who are being raised nappe-free. The belt part consists of a soft elastic cuff with an additional retracted rubber in the upper area. This ensures optimum fit without constriction. An interchangeable, press-buttoned connector can also be strengthened with absorbent knitted terry liners (3x Liner W-free™, article number: 093934-07/002). Thus, a simple exchange of the connecting part is possible, which is also particularly practical on the road.
Please note: article consists of 1x collar and connecting parts, the inserts are not included in the scope of supply.
Outer: cuffs, 96% organic cotton*, 4% elasthane
Interlock, 100% organic cotton*
Moisture protection (Inner): 100% Polyester with 100% Polyurethane coating
washable at 40°C
Snaps are nickel-free.
Elimination communication (EC) is a practice in which a caregiver uses timing, signals, cues, and intuition to address an infant's need to eliminate waste.
Caregivers try to recognize and respond to babies' bodily needs and enable them to urinate and defecate in an appropriate place (e.g. a toilet).
Caregivers may use diapers (nappies) as a back-up in case of "misses" some or all of the time, or not at all. EC emphasizes communication between the caregiver and child, helping them both become more attuned to the child's innate rhythms and control of urination and defecation.
The term "elimination communication" was inspired by traditional practices of diaperless baby care in less industrialized countries and hunter-gatherer cultures.
Some practitioners of EC begin soon after birth, the optimum window being zero to four months in terms of helping the baby get in tune with their elimination needs, although it can be started with babies of any age. The practice can be done full-time, part-time, or just occasionally.
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