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Laurie Boucke has been teaching, researching and a mentor for infant potty training for over 30 years. She graduated
Phi Beta Kappa from the University of California, speaks several languages and has traveled and lived abroad for much
of her life, thus affording her the opportunity to observe the parenting customs of different societies. She has authored
eight books, including three on the topic of toilet training babies: "Infant Potty Training" (published in 2000, updated in
2008) and "Infant Potty Basics" (2003) are the most recent, in addition to scripting and producing “Potty Whispering.”
Laurie also works as a court reporter for deaf clients and encourages sign language as a means of communication with
all infants including hearing babies.
Her passion for infant pottying (elimination communication) started when her third son was three months old and a visitor
from India encouraged her to start toilet training. Like most Westerners, she was skeptical at first. The Indian mother
showed her how infants are held in-arms and potty trained in India. From that day forward, her son never pooped in his
diaper or pants or wet his bed, remained dry with reminders around nine months, and was 100% toilet trained around
the age of two years. Laurie is still conducting medical research on infant pottying. For her articles on pubmed, click
Laurie is a cofounder of the International Board for the Study, Research and Promotion of Assisted Infant Toilet Training.
If you have any infant pottying questions for Laurie, send an e-mail message addressed to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Before writing, please note that she cannot offer advice about starting or using other methods with children older than
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