Potty Training Tips & Pampers Easy Ups Giveaway #PampersEasyUps

Parenthood comes with a lot of responsibilities and one such duty is potty training our child. It is...

Parenthood comes with a lot of responsibilities and one such duty is potty training our child. It is a big milestone for both the child as well as the parents but at the same time, it can also be very stressful. Spring is probably the best time to kick off potty training so that the toddler can be prepared by the time they start preschool. I have been blessed with a baby boy recently, and I am so looking forward to potty training my boy in the coming days. Having said that, I have helped potty train my niece sometime back and had my share of ups and downs. Here I am to discuss some of the tips which helped me cope with it all.


Potty Training Experience & Tips

The first thing I observed before starting potty training is her willingness to undergo the same. It was the time she expressed her wish to start using the bathroom and use the potty as she was aware of the sensation of peeing and pooping. She also showed concern about her wet and dirty diapers which made the process of beginning potty training easy.
In spite of her interest, this job wasn't easy. To get her interested in doing it, I had to bring in her favorite children books and talk to her about her favorite character using the potty. This created eagerness in her and she became comfortable with the idea of using the toilet.


When the potty training actually began, there were many potty accidents which were inconvenient and tough to handle. I have to admit that it requires a lot of time and patience to cope up with all of that. However, the simple successes achieved in the process make it worthy. Every step we went ahead, I made sure to encourage and motivate my niece with lots of hugs and kisses.
Finally, when she was potty trained, it did feel like a great accomplishment for me and a big milestone for her.

Pampers Easy Ups

Potty training is nothing less than an adventure and it is important to have all the supplies handy. Be it a step stool, potty seat or training pants - it is necessary to keep everything ready before you begin this journey. Pampers Easy Ups is definitely the product to look out for during potty training.


Pampers Easy Ups training pants are designed to help the diaper-to-underwear transition by allowing potty-training toddlers to set aside their diapers and wear something with a more underwear-like look and feel that still helps contain accidental messes no matter wherever they happen: at home, on-the-go or overnight. Available for boys and girls sizes 2T/3T through 4T/5T, Pampers Easy Ups comes in fun Thomas & Friends® designs for boys and Dora the Explorer® designs for girls with graphics that fade when wet to help little ones learn. They are super-stretchy sides to make them easy to pull up and down when using the potty and work during the day and night providing up to 12 hours protection, enabling toddlers and moms to completely transition from diapers to underwear. Check out more details at http://www.pampers.com

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Pampers Easy Ups Giveaway

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One lucky winner selected randomly will receive Pampers Easy Ups prize package, which will include $25 AMEX Gift Card, Pampers wipes, and Pampers Easy Ups.

The giveaway ends on May 10th, 2016 11:59 PM PST.

The giveaway winner is Mary Ann. Congratulations Mary Ann! Please check your e-mail and reply back with your postal address by May 12th, 9 PM EST. If not, we shall select another winner.

Disclosure: 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.

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  1. Shelly Peterson cshell090869 at aol dot com
    Potty training can be difficult, just have patience and I find using a reward system works well.

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  2. Mary
    mami2jcn at gmail dot com

    My view is that you should wait for the child to show signs of readiness and don't rush into it.

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  3. Name: Lisa Brown
    E-mail id: jslbrown2009 at aol dot com
    Your views on potty training? It takes patience. I used a small reward to motivate and encourage.

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  4. I think it is important to wait until the child is ready.

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  5. I use a reward system to motivate my child to use his potty.

    elena150980 at yahoo dot com

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  6. Kelly D
    Kellywcu8888ATgmailDOTcom
    My view on potty training is wait until you see the child is ready, like if they are expressing interest in using the toilet. Once training is underway give them lots of reminders and positive reinforcement.

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  7. LaTanya T.
    dlatany at gmail dot com
    I think having a reward system and being diligent in the process will help your child.

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  8. HS S.
    kraftmaking at gmail dot com
    Sticker reward system works great for my kids.

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  9. Name: Jessica Miller
    E-mail id: jjak2003 at gmail dot com
    Your views on potty training? I think it is important to wait till your child is ready. It is something that can't be forced.

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  10. Amanda Sakovitz

    POKERGRL8 AT GMAIL.COM
    i think a rewards system helps a lot

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  11. MaryAnn
    maryannecochran at gmail dot com
    I believe not pressuring your child and waiting until they are ready is always best. Never get angry or upset if they have an accident.

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  12. Angela Lazo
    sweetangela26(@)yahoo.com
    It should not be rushed

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  13. Linda
    cbythesea5 at gmail dot com

    I think that the parent should always stay positive in front of the child and offer a lot of rewards.

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  14. Allison swain
    allisonrsdswain(at)gmail(dot)com

    I think potty training is very important! Having a rewards system and being patient with the child worked for me.

    Thank you for the chance to win this

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  15. Email: coleslaura2211(at)yahoo(dot)com

    Take your time and be an encouragement to your child.

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  16. Gina M
    wildorchid985 at gmail dot com
    I think it is best to make it fun for kids, and not stressful! Provide rewards to keep kids motivated.

    Thanks for the chance to win!
    wildorchid985 at gmail dot com

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  17. Tiffany Dover
    lukin4spcialsum1@aol.com
    I think parents being a big part in potty training is so important! They do learn almost everything from us after all! We need to make it fun and stress free for them!

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