I’ve been putting my baby in a special position to help them poop since birth – it works a treat

A MUM has shared her top tip for helping her baby to poop, admitting she's been using a special position since her daughter was born.

Tayeba took to TikTok with her gorgeous daughter to reveal the hack, and pretended to speak in a baby's voice as she said: "Hi everyone, my mum is going to show everyone how she helps me poop the right way.

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"We’ve been doing it since birth. Let’s go."

Tayeba then told her daughter that she wanted "squatties please", at which point the baby bent her knees and squatted down.

"So the knees should be at a 90 degrees angle, and wait for the magic to happen," the mum explained.

Within seconds, the baby could be heard filling her nappy.

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"There you go!" Tayeba said.  

"Try this at home guys, it's safe and it's easy."

Captioning the video, she wrote: "Always works a charm."

"that’s how i go toilet as an adult with a stool under my feet.. never going back," one person wrote in the comments on the video.

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While another added: "My little one is 2mths and has struggled with pooping since 2wks old.

"I will have to try this!"

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"My toddler learnt this position on her own," a third wrote.

"Hopefully she's ready for the potty now."

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