As parents, we know that babies and toddlers do three things: eat, poop and sleep. While all three are necessary to our child's (and our) well being, we often avoid talking about #2. But did you know that just having an open, honest attitude about poop can help make potty training easier and give us a window into our kid's health? So let's clear the air! Join Shawn "The Puru" Shafner, founder of The POOP Project, for a fun, interactive workshop on the history of toileting, and how we can help our children develop "poop-positive," shame-free toilet habits.