I don't mind changing diapers, but I think it's going to get old soon. So, I am wondering, when can you start potty training? I have heard horror stories of three year olds who are still not potty trained! My baby still has soft, liquidy poops. Imagine a three year old?! I wouldn't want to be changing that! I want to start potty training my daughter as soon as she can stand on her own. Is that too early? Could I even start training now? I have also heard of something called Elimination Communication. This is part of Attachment Parenting, of which I am a half-believer (i.e. I breast feed, baby wear, and attend to babies cries, for the most part), so I can only get on board with this part way as well. Can the pooping over the toilet part help?
Again, just like all things baby, there is a TON of literature out there. Why are babies, and kids in general, so hard to figure out?!