Here is our sweet little girl sitting on the potty. Yes, you read correctly, she's sitting on the potty. We are trying the early infant potty learning. At this point, we are getting a decent #1 about once a day but sometimes more or sometimes less.
I haven't pushed things too much. If her diaper is dry when I check it, then I sit her on the potty. Or if I think she needs to go, then we'll go sit. She actually really enjoys it. And T Rex thinks it's hysterical.
My goal is two-fold. One, to incorporate it into our daily living so when it comes time for her to really be potty training, there won't be any struggles or fear issues sitting on the toilet. Secondly, with T Rex being done potty training at 18 months, I would LOVE to be able to do the same for T Rex Princess.
Although, she is so darn cute in those cloth diapers that I might not want her to be done with them! Even T Rex loves them. We received a free one-size diaper in the mail when I ordered a new wet bag and I thought I would see if it was true to it's advertisement - fits 5 to 35 lbs. It fits T Rex Princess perfectly (13 lbs). Then I adjusted it to fit T Rex (32 lbs) and yes, indeed, it fits perfectly. In fact, he did not want to take it off.
I did order him some Antsy Pants or cloth pull-up diapers for night time. They are actually pretty cool! He likes those but I think he prefers his baby sister's. He'll be dry for 3-5 nights and be back to nightly wetting. He's still pretty young so I'm not too worried.
Everything I've read about the infant potty training indicates that we're on the right track. I have read, though, that once they start getting more mobile they are less interested in sitting on the potty so it might wane then. Some friends of ours have been doing this with their 6 month old and he only uses one diaper a day - impressive, huh? I am curious, though, if they will experience the waning effect when he gets to moving around. It is nice having them to inspire and motivate.
Regardless, it's a great time for all of us. As long as everyone is still smiling and having a good time, we'll keep on pottying away...