Mommy Katie: #Giveaway #PampersEasyUps Training Underwear + $50 AMEX Gift Card

Monday, September 5, 2016

#Giveaway #PampersEasyUps Training Underwear + $50 AMEX Gift Card

This post and giveaway were made possible by iConnect and Pampers Easy Ups. I was compensated for my participation in this campaign, but all opinions are 100% mine.
When we have babies and little ones in the home, as parents and caregivers we find that when it comes to the milestones, no matter how small they might seem, that we like to celebrate each and every one of them. As my own kids grow, I have learned that the time truly does go by way too fast. You can go from having a newborn one week to celebrating that first smile, first coo, and within the first year finding that the milestones go by so fast. So as my toddler transitions from the diaper years to reaching the milestone of being potty trained, I want to make sure that we have the tools we need to help make that transition one to be celebrated. Recently we were sent a great tool when we were sent the new Pampers Easy Ups Training Underwear


Unlike other packages that I receive, this particular one from Pampers was just for my toddler to open. After taking it out of the box that it was delivered in, we found a note on top of the nicely wrapped gift that said "Open Me First". As instructed we opened that note and began to read it to Wyatt as he anticipated the opening of the gift from Pampers! You can watch Wyatt's reaction in the video below.



After opening his present and putting the Pampers Easy Ups Training Underwear up in his dresser, we were all excited to learn more about the new Pampers Easy Ups Training Underwear.
We can appreciate that with the new Pampers Easy Ups Training Pants that they not only resemble underwear, but they feel and fit like underwear too! This is great when it comes to encouraging little ones to use the restroom and be successful when it comes to potty training. Along with the feel and look that resembles real underpants you get a 360° stretchy waistband which can help when it comes to moving around and also when going to the restroom when little ones are pulling their Easy Ups up and down. I also like that unlike ordinary training pants, the new Pampers Easy Ups do not leak, which is a plus since little ones who are mobile and potty training seem to always be on the go. There are extra absorb channels on these training pants which is another reason why these stand out from others and allows us to continue to get that protection that we get from Pampers!

Then when it comes to the designs that are available, we found the Thomas the Train to be perfect for my little guy. Along with the Thomas the Train design for boys there is also a Dora the Explorer design for girls and like real underwear, the design is seen all the way around the underpants and you can find the Pampers Easy Ups in sizes 2T-3T, 3T-4T, and 4T-5T. Which in all makes Pampers Easy Ups the easiest ways to wear underwear! So as you get your little one ready to take that next step and reach the milestone of potty training, be sure to head out and pick up the new Pampers Easy Ups Training Underwear and also visit Pampers.com where you can learn more about their products and join the Pampers Rewards Program.

Pampers is offering a coupon that you can print at home for $2 off 1 pack of new Pampers Easy Ups Training Pants. Help make the potty training process easier and more affordable with this high-value coupon.  You can clip the Pampers Easy Ups coupon at: https://www.coupons.com/brands/pampers-coupons/ Also be sure to enter below for a chance to win a pack of the Pampers Easy Ups and a $50 AMEX Gift Card!









102 comments:

Amy Stonger said...

My best tip is to not pressure your child. Pay attention to the signs and follow their lead.

Rebecca Orr said...

I like that these feel like underwear. That will help greatly in the transition to real unders.

Shelly Peterson said...

We find using a reward system always works. I like that these are soft and more like underwear.

Kristen said...

I like that they have Thomas which most kids seem to like.

Betsy Barnes said...

I like that the Pampers Easy Ups looks like underwear, helps the child gain confidence!

Lisa Brown said...

They are really soft and fit well so leaks are non-existent.

Ken Ohl said...

praise and patience are the keys to potty training and of course a good product like pampers. thankyou, ken pohl19@comcast.net

Janet W. said...

What I like about these new Pampers is that they feel like real underwear. My grandson hates wearing a "diaper".

BethElderton said...

My best tip for potty training and other things is to be consistent. Children (and adults) find it easier to learn some things within an established routine.
Mary Beth Elderton

Jackie said...

My tip for potty training: wait until the child is ready and don't stress. Every kid is different and may be ready at different times.

Wonderfluf said...

Make a calandar and use sticker rewards.

Julie Wood said...

My tip is to be patient and give a lot of encouragement and rewards!

DEBIJOT said...

I like that they don't leak like ordinary training pants.

Mami2jcn said...

My tip for boys is to use Cheerios as targets.

Lauren said...

I like the comfortable waistband.

Stephanie Phelps said...

My favorite tip is to do potty training in the summer so there are less clothes to have to take on and off for your toddler!

ellie said...

We used the reward method for my boys. I had a little treasure chest of inexpensive treats and toys for them whenever they successfully used the potty.

kellyr78 said...

I like that the elastic waistband is so easy for a child to pull up and down.

Elle said...

I like that they are easy for kids to pull up and down by themselves.

Renee Walters said...

I like that the Pampers Easy Ups looks like underwear and are easy for the kids.

HS said...

I use sticker rewards to help with training.

Sarah Hayes said...

i like how these fit kids. they will help a lot with PTing

Elena said...

my tip is just keep trying and be consistent about it

momo said...

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Natalie said...

My tip is to keep a calendar and put a sticker on each day of a potty training success. 7 success in a row = a reward!

Amy P said...

My best tip is don't force it. be patient. I tried early with my son and it wasn't happening. I got frustrated and a few months later he was ready to go on his own.

Darlene said...

My tip is to be consistent with taking them to the toilet every 1/2 hr and give lots of praise.

emchelly77 said...

It was so hard to potty train my son. We had a hurricane come through and no electricity for days. He peeded outside for the first time and after that he wanted to be a big boy and go by himself.

tat2gurlzrock said...

I like that these allow your child to move like underwear but they can also tear away if need be.

JLin Mei said...

soft and no leaks

Anonymous said...

For me being patient is number one also begin potty training when your little one is ready. The headache is less. Patricia

arress said...

I like how easily they can be pulled up by a child.

steve weber said...

My best potty training tip is to always reward them with a special treat when they go potty.

Em Mahr said...

My potty training tip is to provide rewards for using the potty. We gave stickers with our first little and it worked really well. I love that the Easy Ups are more like real underwear while still providing great leak protection

imbigwillie said...

I like the fact that the slide on and off real easy!

Rachel Griesmer said...

Give your child a reward when they use the toilet.

Nancy Bowers said...

Try running water while your child is sitting on the potty.

Rowell Reviews said...

I saw a video today where the Mom and daughter were singing a potty song. I think that's an excellent way to help children learn in a fun way. Billie R. kekagel@yahoo.com

tracey said...

just remember that each child is different and learns at their own pace

sarah said...

I think it's great that Pampers Easy Ups Training Pants don't leak.

katy said...

I like that Pampers Easy Ups feel like underwear to the toddler. You'll know it's Pampers.

Barbara Montag said...

I like that they have a collection of Dora the Explorer designs will help make potty training fun.
thank you

Susan Smoaks said...

i think that the best way to potty train is to use cloth diapers. then the child feels when they are wet. it really does work for us.

Callahan4021.wordpress.com said...

I like how they are soft! and the designs are great

Natasha Lamoreux said...

My son was a struggle to potty train but I finally realized he would do it when he was ready. One day it just happened, on his time.

Allison Swain said...

My tip is to use a rewards system

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Pink and Green Mom said...

My best tip is to be patient. My daughter was pretty easy but my son was a little more difficult. I had to reward him with a new Hot Wheels car for about a week before he was good to go.
Erika W.

Aaron Reck said...

Be patient offer rewards for successful attempts at the potty.

Courtney B said...

I like the train print! my kids love Thomas the train!!!

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Tonya D said...

LOVE that they don't leak, best diapers ever.

Karla R. said...

I like that they are so comfortable for my little one.

Dawn Monroe said...

I like the dual leak guard barriers and pull away sides.

Tabathia B said...

One tip is to put potty training child on the potty every morning when they wake up so that it can become habit and they know to go first thing in the morning on the potty

Isaiahsmom said...

My son has autism so it is harder for him. The therapist and I made a reward chart and he earned a star every time he went. When the chart was completed after so many he would get a reward that he wanted.

Cheryl said...

My potty training tip is consistency. Asking them constantly to go. Hour on the hour as when they are new to potty training the go often.

Seyma Bennett Shabbir said...

I found it useful to go to the bathroom and put my son on the training potty at the same time. Made for great mommy and kid time!

Birdie Bee said...

When potty training, have a lot of patience and use some type of reward system that the child will identify with.

Kris said...

My tip is just to constantly remind your child and praise when they go!

rochelle said...

Phrase you child when they go to the potty

Lisa Bourlier said...

I love how easy they are to get on!

Tiffany said...

1. Have a lot of patience
2. Have some kind of reward system!
3. Give them praise when they do go!
4. Have some kind of routine to go to the bathroom ( ex. 10, 15, 30 minutes , whatever works for you).

Atown H said...

I like that they feel and look like actual underpants but don't leak

ouzel said...

I like the stretchy waistband that makes it easy for toddlers to pull up and down themselves so it gives them a sense of "doing it themselves". :)
thanks!

Wild N Mild $$$ said...

My best tip for potty training is to be consistent.

Tamra said...

I like that they look and feel more like regular underwear!

Thomas Murphy said...

I like the 360° stretchy waistband

sohamolina said...

My tip is to take your time and not hurry the child.

tannawings said...

My tip is use rewards for good behavior and dont stress over occasional mistakes. Potty training doesnt happen overnight.

ellen beck

Maggie Smith said...

Follow your child's cues and be patient!

Shayna Brookman said...

I LIKE THEY FIT LIKE UNDERWEAR INSTEAD OF DIAPERS :)

Jen W said...

I like that they don't leak.

[Whatever U are, be a good one!] said...

I love that the Easy Ups feel comfy, like cotton underwear!
Thank You for the chance

Fiona N

Sara said...

I love pampers because they are well priced and I don't have any problems with them.

kari jasus said...

i like the new design with thomas the tank engine

Jerry Marquardt said...

I like the Pampers Baby Dry Diapers the most of all products as available on the web site.

Amanda Hoffman said...

My best tip is to make it fun. Awards. Don't get mad.

Jessica B. said...

We are big Thomas the Train fans and we like that they feel like actual underwear.

Ash said...

I really like that these fit and look like underwear!

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shelly said...

Consistency and patience are important when potty training!

heymissvirginia said...

I like that they are super soft and can tear at the sides "just in case".
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Erin Natalie said...

They hold up against leaks!!

Ruby said...

I like that they are easy to use and soft for tiny hands

CindyWindy2003 said...

Get them in undies pack in their favorite cartoon character, it gets them excited to start towards big girl underwear.

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Tiffany Schmidt said...

My biggest tip is no pressure. On your kiddo or you (from others). Let them choose their favorite character undies, and waterproof mattress pad!

Jillian Too said...

My tip is to make using the potty as fun and exciting as possible.

Daniel M said...

like that they're easier to wear than regular diapers

Bridgett wilbur said...

I put cheerios in the toilet for the boys to aim at while potty training.

Amanda Healey said...

Im just starting potty training by first born- so I can't offer any tips just yet!

But I love that they fit similar to underwear! I think my daughter would feel like a big girl in them!

Thank you!

BeeBubbaBella said...

I love the new fun designs

stefanie gladden said...
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stefanie gladden said...

I love how easy the new pampers are to use!

costana said...

potty training will come with time, no need to push when they are not ready :)

Tracie Michelle Cooper said...

My best potty training is to have lots of patience and a sense of humor!

carolwegs said...

I love the new fun designs. My nephew would love to wear the Thomas pull ups. thanks for the chance

Amanda Lea said...

I didnt know that since 2006 Pampers has supported UNICEF

Sadie said...

I like the fun new patterns on the easy ups.

Mary Cloud said...

I like that they fit and feel like real underwear and have great absorbency

Susan Christy said...

My only advice is to be patient.

Noelle Carroll said...

I like the new fit on the pampers pull ups, they look like they will fit a lot better, also I like the new designs they look great!

Geraldine Sandoval said...

First of all have lots of patience, never get mad at mistake because they will happen, be proud of your child and give them a star on a chart where the whole family can see, make a big deal of how proud you are of them. Never talk about the mistake though.

Sarah Mayer said...

the best tip is knowing signs when they are ready to potty train.. this is not something that can be forced.