Wednesday, June 4, 2014

Potty Training made easy with @Pampers Easy Ups #DDDivas #PampersEasyUps #sponsored

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This review was made possible by Double Duty Divas and Pampers. I was provided the featured product free of charge to facilitate my review, but all opinions are 100% mine."

This summer my baby girl will be turning 1! I can't believe a whole year has almost passed. This Mama is ready for diapers and formula to be gone so I am going to start having Amelia go on the potty. I know 1 year may seem early but she is already very interested in EVERYTHING her sisters do.

For me, summer has always been the best time to potty train my kids. They can run free outside and if we have any accidents, just hose them off!

However, being outdoors is not always ideal so we turn to Pampers Easy Ups to help make potty training much smoother. 

Easy Ups provide excellent leak protection, even overnight which is a HUGE plus for us since Amelia seems to be a pretty heavy wetter overnight. 

Mommy likes that Pampers Easy Ups have a super absorbent core than holds 25% more than the leading training pants! They also have more of an underwear feel and look which is great for Amelia who I'm sure will want to do and wear everything her big sisters do.

 The fun Dora print on the girls Easy Ups is a big hit with my girls and the Diego I'm sure will be equally as big with the boys.

Having some fun items to help get potty training moving is also always a good idea. See, I'm all for bribery. With my other 3 kids we always used M&M's but I'm leaning towards not using candy anymore. 
Some fun summer toys as a reward is a great idea!




Party of 5 is so excited to help ONE lucky reader ease into potty training by giving away a fun prize pack.  (estimated value $100) It will include:

·         100 ct Pampers Easy Ups
·         Portable Potty
·         Fun items to kick off Summer for your child! 


On Thursday June 10, 2014 there is going to be an awesome Twitter party

To participate, follow your hosts @DoubleDutyDivas, @BridgetteLA, @CeceliaMecca @AngieKcom @WhatMommiesNeed @RamblingChick, and our sponsor @Pampers.

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This review was made possible by Double Duty Divas and Pampers. I was provided the featured product free of charge to facilitate my review, but all opinions are 100% mine."

70 comments:

Sandra VanHoey said...

I use to set an alarm to remind me to take the baby to potty about every 45 minutes until they are potty trained (in the daytime that is)

Janet W. said...

A potty training tip of mine is to have a good reward system set and ready to use. M&Ms worked wonders for my oldest grandson! Also, give lots of praise and make it a positive experience.

Jessica B. said...

My son and I made up a special song to sing while he is on the potty to help him go. We also do a fun happy dance around the house when he goes. jj250@aol.com

Jessica B. said...

My son and I made up a special song to sing while he is on the potty to help him go. We also do a fun happy dance around the house when he goes. jj250@aol.com

Jessica B. said...

My son and I made up a special potty song to sing while he goes. We also do a fun happy dance after he is done. jj250@aol.com

Heather Hayes Panjon said...

Make Potty Training Fun With Rewards, Use A Colorful Chart To Track Progress And For Encouragement.

Shelly Peterson said...

I think it's fun to do stickers and rewards for going potty.

Courtney B said...

i have NO tips because my daughter is not potty trained yet but i will be reading everyone else's! :) lol

Courtney B said...

i have NO tips because my daughter is not potty trained yet but i will be reading everyone else's! :) lol

Tamara Sonaty said...

This would be a great gift for my grandson!

Margaret said...

We clap and sing a song and do a little dance when he goes on the potty!

Anonymous said...

Working for special cookies has always worked for me!

Betsy said...

always be consistent

Think about it said...

I enjoyed reading all the tips. I don't have one YET we aren't there yet. LOL he is only 7 months old. but I would still like to enter for him. can never have too many pampers.

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HedgeHogi said...

No!, We have tried everything suggested and she still hasnt fully potty trained. She has no interest and she is three now. Her pediatrician says its a power thing.
This would be nice for my baby boy!
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kellyr78 said...

We saved Easter eggs to fill with surprise treats for when our kids used the potty.
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Maria Bouchard said...

I like putting cheerios in the potty for my little boy to shoot at the target.

Sarah Walker said...

Offer them praise and a reward every time they go potty on the toilet.

Lori K. said...

We like to read his favorite pop up book and we also have a book where you can hear the sound of the toilet flushing!

Marian said...

All the ideas that your folks have been posting are such great leads...my great granddaughter won't be ready for a few months, but would love a chance to win for when she is ready.

April said...

No tips yet, just starting but reading all the tips! :)

Stephanie Bodine said...

Just started potty training my 19 month old daughter. No tips just yet.

Stephanie Bodine said...

Just started potty training. No tips just yet. Thanks for all the comment tips. Definitely going to try some of them.

amanda hoffman said...

be patient dont force it my son currently doesnt want to go on it but he did a few times before he just says no when i ask him if he wants to go on the potty. i tried rewards sometimes its just the wrong timing

Aly said...

We're right in the midst of training my son - so far M&M's and stickers for rewards have really helped!

Sarah Hughes said...

We did a mini 3-day boot camp and never looked back! Worked great with both kids!

Sarah Hughes said...

We did a mini 3-day boot camp and never looked back! Worked great with both kids!

Priscilla Benavides said...

I am getting ready to start potting training and reading all the comments really helped me out a lot!

Tamar said...

My son did the 3 day potty training method very well, but that may not work for my daughter...she peed on the floor tonight.

Jessica said...

My best advice is to wait till your baby shows an interest in it. Trying to force the subject will just make you both miserable.

SHANNA ELIZABETH said...

I like to keep a sticker progress sheet - and lots of fun rewards!

Katie Klein said...

We loved watching the potty power DVD.

Cinderella10383 said...

To get my boys to pee in the potty I used the cheerios trick and had them aim at them. It makes it fun and makes them want to continue going in there to pee over and over...

Rochel S said...

Just that you should have lots of prizes/rewards.

Sara said...

I am just starting potty training and we are going slow and letting my daughter lead!

Aditi Rana said...

start when they are ready to make it stress free

mogrill said...

Use cheerios for "aiming" into the toilet bowl.

Arthur Caudill said...

We do a happy dance, after our son goes to potty.

Anonymous said...

No potty training tips yet.. :(

bbrittbrat1398 said...

We used rewards every time he went in the potty until it became a regular thing.
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bbrittbrat1398 said...

We used rewards every time he went in the potty until it became a regular thing.
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Rebecca Parsons said...

The only thing we really do is a reward system by using their favorite stickers.

dailymom said...

For my daughter I kept a small gift bag in the bathroom, that my daughter helped me decorate, and kept stickers and small prizes from the dollar store for her to chose from when she went potty.

jenn mcclearn said...

my biggest tip is to be consistent take them when they need to go and follow their lead, forcing a child to go will not help them train faster

Cassandra Eastman said...

We are currently potty training our 2 1/2 year old, we've done rewards and a sticker chart but so far nothing has worked!

caseyle2010 said...

dont force it! do it when theyre ready
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caseyle2010 said...

dont force it! do it when theyre ready
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abedabun dawn said...

Patience! Lots and lots of patience lol. And keep reminding the child to use the potty (I think the biggest problem for the child is that they simply forget).

yaniris vidal said...

I get super excited and happy every time my daughter goes on the potty and makes her so happy to want to be in the bathroom

Lisa Voyce said...

I just remember giving lots of praise.

Jillian T said...

Use a reward system and always have a change of clothes with you.

Jillian T said...

Use a reward system and always have a change of clothes handy.

Nicole Ott said...

I just get really excited when she goes on the potty... so she gets all excited

Anonymous said...

Teach them the abc's & numbers is good to do at potty time!
Mary Hoffman

Cathy Burnett said...

Patience, patience, patience. You have to have a lot of patience when potty training.

ShellyD123 said...

Just be patient. Do not push them or it will take longer.

stOOpidgErL said...

Make sure you have waterproof mattress covers!
- KIMMY RIPLEY

Jessica said...

We are using a chart and give stickers as rewards!

Jill Myrick (jsc123) said...

What has worked best for me is offering an incentive such as a sticker for her sticker chart or a gold star that goes on the chart on the fridge.

For days when she has no accidents I offer her a reward at the end of the day such as a popsicle.

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Brooke said...

dont reward them!!

Brooke said...

dont reward them!!

Kristy Thiel said...

definitely that it will be much easier when they are ready!

Meagan Tsistinas said...

My friend was potty training and using the 'flushable' wipes. Yet she still clogged the toilet! Make sure your toilet can handle those wipes before you flush them.

Lesley said...

I dont have any advice as this is one area my son is struggling in...

Lovemy Ace said...

I just try to keep them preoccupied by singing songs so they are more willing to stay on the pottie

Tanya White said...

We made a Potty song, did the trick with all 3 boys.

Erica C. said...

Be consistent.

tina reynolds said...

give them time patience is the key

Nancy said...

Here are some potty training tips. When kids show readiness, spend several full days focused just on training. Give them lots of liquids, train in warm weather with as few clothes on as possible, and train on a washable surface. Good luck!

Nancy
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Christy Colln said...

bribes seemed to work well lol :) but I had an easier time with my step son because I just told him how it was..."he needed to learn how to use the potty"