Well, this has been the week for guest posting! Did you catch the article I published at Intentional By Grace last week called My Husband Has Lost His Mind? It was about the spiritual lessons I have learned from having a husband who does something as crazy as quit a career in software in order to become a farmer! Then I had two guest posts over at HomeMakers Challenge. The first one was called Simple Meals for Elderly Neighbors and it talks about an easy way I have found to serve others and keep my mind off myself and my own problems! The next one was called My Toy System That Keeps Itself Clean (It really does! I’m not being dramatic here!). It was a follow-up to the post I did here called The Bedroom That Cleans Itself. Almost.
Today is the last guest post for a while. My friend Erin, also known as The Humbled Homemaker was saying that if there’s one area of Homemaking that has really humbled her, it’s potty training! Can you relate? I can! Today she starts a series of blog posts from various bloggers about different methods of Potty Training. I’m kicking off the series with a post about my great experience with Infant Potty Training when FarmGirl was a baby. She was out of diapers by 3 months and we were completely finished potty training (meaning she could come up to me and ask to go potty) by 18 months! Of course, as I later discovered this method isn’t for every mother… or every baby. At 18 months, my boys were not even verbal enough to ask to go potty. So about a month from now I’ll be wrapping up her series with a post about giving yourself (and your child!) grace while potty training. Stay tuned!
And in the meantime, click here to read our incredible (and very do-able) story of Infant Potty Training!