Do you poop in your diapers

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    • At some point you have enough of changing diapers and the many mountains of diapers. But once the diaper has become a matter of course, many children find it difficult to part with it again. Patience and ingenuity of the parents are now required. After all, it is about skillfully conveying the benefits of potties, toilet seat reducers and toilets. In order for children to be able to use these things, however, they need certain toilet skills and simple answers to questions such as "How do pee and poop get into the body?", "Why is the pee yellow? "," Why does pinch poop hurt sometimes? " or “What does optimal poop look like?” Lola's book “Do like the grown-ups” makes pee and poop socially acceptable. The mixture of stories, factual information and hands-on pages helps every child - and their parents - to become a real pee and poop specialist. And that's not only Lola pee-fine!
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    • Your child doesn't want to get out of the diaper? Then go to the bookstore and "do like the big ones"! In this little book, pee and poop are explained in a child-friendly and vivid way - where and where everything comes and goes - and the excretions finally take a fluid and permanent place in the lives of children and adults. There are many worksheets for children, two interesting factual stories, a toilet puzzle to cut out and do handicrafts, a poop diary and, of course, Lola's toilet song "Glad to the toilet". Families hum that together at the breakfast table, and the atmosphere is good! Because it says: "I put it in the pot like the grown-ups, and sometimes I go to the toilet. I do it like the grown-ups and that's very nice, I'm happy in the loo up there." For adults, the authors have exciting and helpful factual information ready in the parents' section. Even mom and dad become real pee and poop experts! *** Blurb: At some point you will have enough of changing diapers and the many mountains of diapers. But once the diaper has become a matter of course, many children find it difficult to part with it again. Patience and ingenuity of the parents are now required. After all, it is about skillfully conveying the benefits of potties, toilet seat reducers and toilets. In order for children to be able to use these things, however, they need certain toilet skills and simple answers to questions such as "How do pee and poop get into the body?", "Why is the pee yellow?", "Why does pinch poop hurt sometimes?" or "What does optimal poop look like?". Lola's book "Do like the grown-ups" makes pee and poop socially acceptable. The mixture of stories, factual information and hands-on pages helps every child - and their parents - to become a real pee and poop specialist. And that's not only Lola pee-fine! // Editor's tip: For particularly stubborn poop cases, there is the well-proven poop book "Volle Hose", in which Lola becomes a real poop expert. So that the pants always stay clean and diapers are quickly a thing of the past. Website for the book: vollehose.com - ISBN 978-3-902647-03-0 // Keywords: cleanliness training, cleanliness development, getting clean, toilet skills, toilet training, natural baby care, diaper, pot, constipation, urine, developmental psychology, diaper, wet pants, Soaking, defecating, child goes to bed, child pees, dirty underpants, poop, pee, Lulu, poop, pee, go to the toilet, pot, potty, diaper-free, no diaper, toilet skills, parenting guide, parenting guide, checking excretions , Bladder, bowel, encopresis, eunuresis, going to the toilet alone, going to bed, wetting at night, going to kindergarten without a diaper, urinating
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    • Synopsis: Hello! 5 Lola becomes toilet queen 7 Know how! 14 Lola as a body detective 15 Know how! 21 About pee and poop: information for children 22 Why do people have to eat and drink? 22 How does pee get into the body? 23 How does poop get into the body? 24 Why is pee yellow and liquid? 25 Why is poop brown and can it stink? 26 Why do pee and poop have to get out of the body? 27 When do pee and poop send a message to the brain? 28 Where do pee and poop come out of the body? 30 Where do pee and poop belong? 31 What happens to pee and poop in the toilet? 32 What do you have to be able to do to do it like the big guys? 34 Which shit belongs to whom? 41 How do you say about that? 42 Where do pee and poop belong? 43 Your poop is always different! 44 Know how! 45 How do you do it in order? 46 What does your poop look like? 49 Your poop diary 50 Your feelings are invisible! 52 You don't like without a diaper ?! 54 Your dream toilet 55 What to do if it is urgent? 56 Happy to the loo: Lola's loo song 58 Resolution of the questions 60 Factual information for parents 69 Explanation of "diapering" 70 Explanation of "natural baby care" 70 Explanation of "getting cleaned" 70 Aspects of developmental psychology 71 Significance of toilet skills 72 Toilet skills to be acquired 72 Toilet skills training 73 Obstacles when acquiring toilet skills 74 Tips for avoiding retention of stool 76 Recognizing the child's expertise 79 Glossary 80 Contact person 84 Literature 84
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    • Lola is a smart, happy girl with ponytails. She especially likes dark chocolate. Sometimes their poop looks a lot like it too. This happens when she has played sitting for a few hours and the poop sausage has been completely flattened in her diaper. But that doesn't bother Lola at all. Because Lola thinks it's great to be able to poop and have fun at the same time. By wearing a diaper, Lola never has to worry about peeing. Because the diaper soaks up the pee like a sponge. So Lola does what she feels like. And your body does what it has to do. No matter what exciting things are going on in Lola's world. And when the poop has chafed a little bit sore, the mum relieves the pain with her magic powder. That’s how it was before. Today, like almost every morning, Lola is in a good mood. She holds still and waits. That is to say, that mum should change her old diaper for a fresh one. But this time everything is different. Instead of taking a dry diaper out of the closet, mom says: "My sweetie, let's try it without a diaper." Lola is amazed. She doesn't know what mom means exactly. But before she can ask, mom shows her something striped white and black. At first glance, it looks like a flower pot or azibo, the zebra from the zoo. "What is that? What can you put in there? Is that for me?" The questions tumble out of Lola like marbles from your pocket. Mom smiles. She is happy about her curious daughter. "That's a pot, Lola. You pee and poop in there when your body tells you to. Then you either empty your pee, your poop, or both into the toilet. At the end you press the flush button and everything goes into it with swing Sewerage * flushed. " Lola frowns and asks in a low voice: "But what about my diaper then? I like my diaper." Mama takes Lola in her arms and whispers in her ear: "Say goodbye to her. She's preventing you from running fast. Because of her, you forget to listen to your body. Think about it!" Then Mama Lola puts on a diaper again. And Lola does what she always does all day long: playing with building blocks, cars and dolls, painting, eating, drinking, peeing, pooping and taking a nap. Only in the evening, when Lola is lying in bed with her cuddly toys with a fresh diaper for the night, does she think of mom's words. Shortly afterwards she falls asleep. She dreams of riding through Africa on Azibo. It is a continent like Europe and it is huge. The zebra shows Lola all of his friends and together they go through the night. Just before Mama wakes Lola, Azibo brings her back to her nursery and gallops away. Lola wants to jump out of bed quickly and tell mom about her nightly trip over breakfast. But Lola, who has never ridden before, feels sore muscles in her legs and her bottom feels sore. After Mama has freed Lola from her wet diaper in the bathroom, she doesn't want to put on her any more dry ones. Instead, she hands her the zebra pot with an encouraging smile.