Mommy Katie: #Giveaway Potty Training Success with Pampers Easy Ups

Tuesday, April 26, 2016

#Giveaway Potty Training Success with Pampers Easy Ups

This post and giveaway were made possible by iConnect and Pampers. I was compensated for my participation in this campaign, but all opinions are 100% mine.


When it comes to our little ones, we find that as parents, we not only encourage our little ones when it comes to reaching milestones, but we also like to find ways that can help make the process one that is also fun. I have learned with going through the various milestones with our kids, is that every single one of them is different, but when it comes to those milestones, I like to turn to the same products that I have used with my other kids! So when I think of the products that I have used when it comes to reaching the milestone of potty training, I think of the Pampers Easy Ups!

Potty training is something that all of my kids have looked forward to when they were toddlers, and it is an accomplishment that takes time and patience. Like many, I have found that with the warmer months upon us, that it is the ideal time to begin the potty training. This helps so little ones are on the road to being potty trained come summer and by the time school starts in the fall, they can be completely potty trained and ready for the next step, preschool!


I have found that when we add the Pampers Easy Ups to our potty training routine, the kids can not only get those fun designs, but they get a potty training product that mimics those big kid underpants that the kids can not wait to wear! These designs on the Pampers Easy Ups include Thomas & Friends® designs for boys and Dora the Explorer® designs for girls. And when they get wet, the design fades, which helps to alert little ones so they can learn when they need to use the potty. They also help to not only keep little ones from having messes on their clothes during the day, but with the Pampers Easy Ups, they are also made to be worn at night so there is no going back and forth with diapers and the Easy Ups needed.

When it comes to the fit and sizes, I like that they are stretchy and come in sizes 2T/3T and 4T/5T. Which allows us to get the right fit for our toddler when it comes to the potty training with the Pampers Easy Ups!

Then for support and encouragement, I have learned that celebrating all of the moments when little ones are potty training help to not only make the process less stressful and fun, but also one that helps to encourage the process! Making the adding of Pampers Easy Ups to your potty training, a must have when you are wanting to achieve potty training success! And to help with the potty training in your home, the wonderful people from Pampers would like to give one of my amazing readers a prize pack that includes 1 pack of the Pampers Easy Ups, 1 pack of Pampers wipes, and a $25 AMEX gift card!

Also, be sure to join @Pampers on April 28 from 9-10pmEST as they host a Twitter Party with Dr. Laura Jana, pediatrician, award-winning parenting book author and potty training expert who co-authored to Its You and Me Against the Pee…and the Poop, Too! Dr. Jana will be sharing her tips to help simplify and improve the potty training experience for little ones and their parents.. You can RSVP by going to this link: http://bit.ly/20whQbK







50 comments:

jenn mc said...

My biggest tip is to watch their cues and try not to force it no one is going to college in diapers, they all get there in their own time :)

Charlene E said...

My best tip is anytime you go to the bathroom take them with you to sit on their potty

Shelly Peterson said...

The best tip that worked well for me was using a rewards system.

Barbara Montag said...

My best tips are to have lots of patience and give praise.
thank you

Janet W. said...

One tip I have is to have a great reward system in place to celebrate the good your child does to keep them motivated!

Em Mahr said...

For us, rewards went a long way towards motivating our son to use the potty. He'd get a sticker to put on the chart everytime he used the potty - he loved it! He'd stand in front of the board and count how many days in a row he went on the potty.

DEBIJOT said...

My tip is to be consistent with the training.

Julie Wood said...

My tip is to use a potty chair to help child feel more secure when starting potty training and to give rewards to child to keep up the good work! Positive reinforcement!

Lisa Brown said...

my tip is to use a small reward for motivation and to use a potty that is not intimidating.

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Mami2jcn said...

My tip for boys is to use Cheerios as potty targets.

Elena said...

My tip is to use rewards to motivate your child

Kris said...

My tip is to wait until your baby is ready...it's more frustrating to start too soon.

Anonymous said...

It is a process that requires patients. Have fun. Patricia

Betsy Smith said...

to wait until they're ready

Thomas Murphy said...

Use a rewards system and make it fun for the kid.

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Natalie said...

My best tip is to reward successes and be patient!

HS said...

Reward system works great for my kids.

Angela Saver said...

My best tip for potty training is to take your little one to the potty once every 1-2 hours to see if they need to go so they don't get distracted & forget!

kellyr78 said...

My tip is to read some children's books about potty training with the child to motivate them.

steve weber said...

My tip is to have a reward system in place.

Dawn Monroe said...

My tip is to have patience and to remember every child is different.

breanna pollard said...

My best tip is to use a reward system.

Isaiahsmom said...

My son has autism so we have a reward system set up where he gets checks for each time he goes. After he fills the chart he gets a reward that he is working for.

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I would love to know "how to potty train a toddler with autism?"
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Lauren said...

My tip is to potty train during summer so less clothes are necessary.

JLin Mei said...

bring them to sit down the potty every 1/2 hour

Gina M WildOrchid said...

My tip is to make it fun for kids by offering rewards and toys and books related to the new potty experience. Don't make it stressful!

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imbigwillie said...

Reward your child if they use the toilet.

Nia Ram said...

Give your baby a reward like 2 M&M's for pee and 3 M7M's for poop.

Lana Bilyy said...

A reward system worked the best with my son

Rachel said...

My favorite tip is that when your child is ready they're ready. Don't rush it.

Austin Baroudi said...

Using the rewards system is the best tip I have.
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ashley keinath said...

My tip is be patient and try to make it fun and don't push too hard on them it will come with time and patience!

arress said...

My best tip is to be patient.

Evans B said...

Be with your child throughout the day, like literally next to him/her. Do the rewards system.

Wendi Watson said...

you can not hound on the situation they will respond when they know they are going to get praised for their good deed

MaryAnn said...

My tip is to be patient. Let your child lead and never rush them or get angry with them.

Mary Cloud said...

A reward system works great when you want to offer them encouragement

Colleen Maurina said...

Always make potty training a positive experience so thy will be willing to try!

Allison Swain said...

My best potty training tip is to reward them when they use the potty, and to be patient during the process of them learning to use it.

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Ashley Dionne said...

my biggest tip is to not rush your baby!

Amy Z said...

My tip is to have a fun and encouraging attitude to avoid frustrating your child.

Seyma Bennett Shabbir said...

My best tip is to read to your child while he or she is using the bathroom to distract them and keep them relaxed and entertained.

Courtney B said...

I use the reward system- usually with cookies or candy

Stephanie Grant said...

With my first kiddo I set the timer on my oven for every 30 min give or take so every time the oven dings my son knew it's potty break time and it worked like a charm.

Amy P said...

My best tip is to stay consistent and be patient. It takes time :)

Candace Barrow said...

My tip is that they will start to use the potty when they are ready but, you should always offer it to them.

Melanie Montgomery said...

How do you knowwhen they are ready>

Sarah Mayer said...

My best tip is to reward successes