Monday, April 20, 2015

Potty Training Diaries & a Pamper's Easy Ups Giveaway!

This is a compensated collaboration between Double Duty Divas and Pampers. 
However, all opinions expressed are 100% mine.


We are pretty excited to start potty training with Alaia! She's still on the fence about it though!
She has her little pink potty seat and a step stool for easy access to the toilet. 
Her Daddy and I both try to be supportive of her making the choice for herself to 
use the potty. 
We definitely bring it up a lot and remind her that she might need to go!
I found  a cute little book about a princess who learns to use the potty. 
So we read that over and over!  Of course there are a ton of help books and methods, but 
every child is different of course.

Training pants such as Pampers Easy Ups can help the diaper-to-underwear transition by 
allowing potty-training toddlers to set aside their diapers and wear something with 
more of an underwear-like design that still helps keep accidental messes off clothing, 
bedding and everywhere else! We got the Dora Easy Ups and Alaia just loves her! 
It's the little things that help right! 



If you're about to potty train or are in the trenches right now, I've got an amazing giveaway, 

the Pampers Easy Ups Potty Learning Package!  

This giveaway includes: 
Pampers Easy Ups
Little Looster Step Stool
Potty Lid
$50 American Express card and
It's You and Me Against the Pee … and the Poop, Too!

Potty training is such an exciting milestone for our toddlers and us as parents.  
If your tot is showing signs of readiness, spring and summer can be the ideal time to 
kick off potty training especially if your child is heading to preschool in the fall!

Potty training takes patience and lots of encouraging support on our part. 
If you're like me, you want the simple basics and the best steps to take. 
Dr. Laura Jana will be passing along all the advice tomorrow in a twitter party! 

TWITTER PARTY!
Please join @Pampers on April 21st 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. RSVP here:http://vite.io/doubledutydivas


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46 comments:

Shelly Peterson said...

be patient and using a rewards system works well.

HS said...

My tips are be consistent and give stickers as rewards.

Dianne Hall said...

My tip is to stay home the first few days so you aren't far from a bathroom

Dianne Hall said...

My tip is to stay home the first few days so you aren't far from a bathroom

kenny hall said...

Be very encouraging and cheer them on when they use the potty

lil_lady_dz said...

My best tip is be there cheerleader and offer rewards when they do good.

Lisa Brown said...

tip: to use a potty that the child likes and is comfortable using

Amanda Sakovitz said...

I like to make it fun and use a reward system

Betsy Smith said...

wait until they're ready

stephanie jones said...

dont push to hard

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Harmony Burmeister said...

Wait til they are ready

Natalie said...

My tip is to use older siblings as role models.

Mami2jcn said...

What worked for my son was using Cheerios as targets.

Julie Wood said...

My potty training tips are to use a reward system, and use a training toilet seat that sits on the floor to get child interested in potty training instead of just putting them on the big toilet right away!

Jessica B. said...

Always be patient and start when your child is ready.

Lauren said...

I used a doll to show my kids how to use the potty.

steve weber said...

rewards seem to help in the whole process.

kellyr78 said...

My tip is to wait for them to be ready and to use rewards they love.

Janet W. said...

My tip is to have a good reward system set in place to help keep your child motivated!

Elle said...

My tip is to have a lot of patience and use a reward system.

LauraJJ said...

We put a basket of books next to the potty chair. We go in and read a few stories to get him to sit for awhile on the potty!

dropastitch@yahoo.com said...

train in the summer. much easier without all those layers of clothing to peel off

Elena said...

My tip is to reward your child with treats for using his potty

Linda said...

My tip is create songs to sing while on the potty and be very encouraging.

Sarah Hall said...

My biggest tip is to be patient and keep you cool when they have an accident.

Shannon R said...

Don't rush the process!

jenna dillon said...

Always bring extra clothing in case of an accident

Jessica To said...

My tip is to not start potty training during the holidays or vacation.

Jessica said...

My best tip is to be persistent and it will happen.

618mom said...

Have patience!

Heather Hayes Panjon said...

My Tips Are To Keep A Routine, Use A Reward System To Keep Track Of Progress And Offer Rewards Along The Way

Mayela lozano said...

Be consistent and support the child at all times, reward him when he does go to the bathroom alone with something you like or just a sticker.

denisekonkel said...

Wait until the child is ready. Have a lot of patience!

denisekonkel said...

Wait until the child is ready. Have a lot of patience!

MamaStace said...

My tip is like may others, to be patient. I've learned that potty training comes with time and only when they're ready!

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Nicki Joseph said...

Try to get them excited about potty training. Read them books about going potty and let them choose what kind of underwear they want.

Alina Hahn said...

Don't give up! We were about to give up with our son and he ended up being trained over night after weeks of accidents.

Dawn Monroe said...

My tip is to train in the warmer months because of less clothing. Time, attention and patience.

CindyWindy2003 said...

I encourage using positive reinforcement instead of negative punishements. Be patient and realize even after "they get it" there will still be accidents at times.

Susan DeVaux said...

My tip is to be patient and get them excited about potty training before you start.

Jenn Mc said...

My #1 tip is to let them take the lead and "own it" forcing doesnt help

Kaitlin Boles-VanFleet said...

Be patient with your little one, give them your full attention, and use a reward system when they go to the bathroom!

latanya t said...

be consistent

The Smart Savvy Mama said...

My son had this ONE spot that he would always run to when he needed to do #2. In order to get him to the bathroom, we had to take baby steps. First we put the little portable potty in his spot. Once he was ok sitting on it, we would move to closer and closer to the bathroom until one day he was sitting on the toilet! To everyone going through it. Be patient. Even if it feels you will never get there. You will! My 2nd munchkin just turned 1...so we'll be doing some potty training with her soon! Julie smartsavvymama@gmail.com

shirley said...

My tip would be, make sure your child is ready, be patient, and give lots of hugs and kisses.

Thomas Murphy said...

Turn it into a game so its fun for the kids.

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