DiaperFreeBaby was founded by two mothers, Melinda Rothstein and Rachel Milgroom. Thanks to the dedication and hard work of our Mentors, our Global Advocacy Team (volunteers worldwide), supportive health care providers, and EC'ing parents, our international network has grown over the years and includes Local Groups in over 35 states and 11 countries. Any interested parent or caregiver is welcome to attend our free support meetings.
Becoming Part of Our Community
Becoming part of the DiaperFreeBaby community supports the growth and sustenance of the organization and contributes directly to our new and ongoing projects and educational outreach programs.
Although we no longer offer Memberships to the public, we have partnered with Go Diaper Free to train more Mentors and Coaches worldwide, offering more free in-person EC support groups through this facilitator training program. To learn more about starting a group in your area and becoming an EC advocate, please visit the Go Diaper Free Certified Coach Training Program.
The DiaperFreeBaby website provides additional practical information as well as links to other resources, including resources for families in countries other than the U.S.
"Infant Pottying Today" has been archived on this site and is no longer being published. The archives provide articles and information of interest to families interested in or practicing EC.
The DiaperFreeBaby Shop supports DiaperFreeBaby's Mission by making available to the community books, DVDs, potties, EC-friendly clothing, and advocacy materials relevant to practice of EC.
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Since my arrival in China, I’ve been checking out the bums of babies and young children. Are they in crotchless shorts? Cloth diapers? Disposables? The vast, vast majority of babies are in crotchless wear. Very young babies are usually in crotchless pants with a folded cloth diaper covering the bum. Young kids who can talk…Read More
I dropped by a small shop the other day to check out some children’s wear. It seems the Chinese love to have English printed on their clothing whether or not it makes sense. Sometimes, the words are completely made up. My son has a T-shirt that says, “For Expert Sailors. Sailing Solut. Ator Marine Equipment…Read More
Here in China, I feel like Superwoman. Everyone feels tired and overwhelmed with one child. Meantime, I’m out and about with two small children — one in my hand, one on my hips. There must be whispers of I-don’t-know-how-she-does-it. When people see me with two kids, they ask if both are mine. I say yes,…Read More