This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Pull-Ups® Training Pants.
There have been a number of times over the past few months that I thought we were finally ready to start potty training. Bubbles would take an interest and try to go when prompted, and sometimes even of her own volition, but it wasn’t ever anything that was at the top of the list. It came down to the fact that my curious little girl was afraid she’d miss out on something fun and was too interested in the book/toy/whatever she was doing at the moment to stop for a potty break.
I was surprised, because everyone always talks about how girls potty train so early and so easily. I didn’t really want to press the issue with her because I didn’t want to turn it into something negative that she was going to be even more against trying (did I mention that my curious toddler also has quite the stubborn streak?). The time has officially come for us to start, though. Bubbles looked at me the other day and said, “No more diapers, Mama. I’m a big girl.” No arguments from me!
So we picked out some big girl undies and have them as our goal for after Christmas. In the meantime, we’re going to be using Pull-Ups® Training Pants. There are a lot of events and excitement over the next few days and we decided that Pull-Ups® were the best option to help us build the bridge between diapers and undies while minimizing accidents and the need for a change of clothes.
Pull-Ups® training pants are both gender- and size-specific. Bubbles loves that some of her favorite characters are on her Pull-Ups® and I like that they offer a range of products for our specific potty training needs. The Pull-Ups® website has been helpful, too, as it’s packed full of tips, tools and resources to help with the process.
Our favorite has been the Big Kid® Celebrations where we spin the wheel to choose a way to praise successful trips. I also was able to find out about the Big Kid® App you can download for your phone. That way you can continue the potty training celebration and encouragement even when you’re out and about.
One of the other things I like that is on their site is the printable coupons! Registered users of the site can print a $2.00 off coupon for Pull-Ups® Training Pants. And if you share it with friends via social media, the value increases to a $3.00 savings.
What are your potty training tips? Have you tried Pull-Ups®?
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