Thursday, April 16, 2015

Pampers Easy Ups - Potty Learning


Potty Learning is a huge milestone for a toddler and the parent, but it's also bittersweet!  That just says my baby is growing up on me so fast! My daughter started using the potty about three months before she turned two. I know it is a little early but she did has been amazing so far at potty learning- this makes me one proud momma! Potty Learning is a fun experience for children. Not only is it a fun learning experience but they are becoming more independent- feeling like a, "big boy" or "big girl", is huge boost in their self-confidence. So I was tickled pink to receive Pampers Easy Ups


Pampers is a well known brand and a brand I personally trust and used with my daughter, when she was still in diapers. We couldn't use any other brand, because she immediately got diaper rashes,  same with training pants, Pampers is the only brand we have ever been able to use. Potty Learning is an enjoyable and rewarding experience for us and we are thrilled to have Pampers Easy Ups along for this journey.


Potty learning has been a little bit of a challenge for us, my daughter didn't mind to go, "poo" in the potty... but she didn't want to go "pee" in the potty. Most kids are opposite, I have always heard- but she has continued working on it and has been doing amazing. When I first started the transition from diapers to pull ups, taking her to the potty as I went was a huge help- teaching her and encouraging her to go as well. She loves, "flushing"! That's also a reward for her! She loves to see the water go down!! Haha, I guess it is something cool for a toddler to see! She is becoming more independent since she began, Potty Learning.  At first she wold come to me and say, mommy, I need to potty" and pull my finger and have me go with her! Now she doesn't want me to come with her and help her :( it feels so great to see her becoming, " little miss independent "! There will still be accidents and leaking but we are prepared for that, thanks to Pampers Easy Ups.


Training Pants, such as Pampers Easy Ups is the perfect transition,  from diaper-to-underwear, allowing Potty Learning toddlers and the parent, to toss the diapers and switch to something more comfortable and something that has more of an underwear-like design, that offers protection in case she had an accident, protecting the clothing and bedding.
thing and bedding from accidental messes. My daughter absolutely loves, "Dora" she she was so excited to wear the Pampers Easy Ups, with Dora!!  Plus they are much more comfortable. Most importantly, Pampers Easy Ups is super absorbent, with fewer leaks and has an absorbent core that holds 25 % more than other brands, ensuring my daughter will stay dry. Pampers Easy Ups also offer a 12 hour protection during the day and night! Which is extremely important to me, especially at night, my daughter doesn't want to be woke up in the middle of the night from a wet bed!


I really love the style of the Pampers Easy Ups, they offer Dora for girls and Thomas the Train, for boys. Dora's monkey friend Boots is even on the training pants!! "Boots" is my daughters favorite character! She feels absolutely confident and comfortable wearing them and they fit perfect, she's just over 30 pound's and her size fits 30-40 pounds, so they aren't tight or loose and "saggy" on her!!


The Little Looster step stool and potty ring is a must have!!! Little Looster, stepping stool- is actually mom invented! It fits around the front of the toilet and the sides, the old one we had was really tiny and short, I'm such a worry wart, I was always afraid she might slip off, but I have no fear with the Little Looster!  The potty ring, is another amazing invention!!! It has a hanger that attaches to the to the toilet, so after my daughter is done using the potty she can hang it back up and the way it's made prevents any messes from flowing off the lid! With this set, Pampers Easy Ups & a book called, " It's You and Me Against the Pee … and the Poop, Too!  I just know it will help her understand that it's okay to go potty!

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Enter for a chance to with an amazing 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!
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This review and giveaway was made possible by Double Duty Divas and Pampers. I was compensated for my participation in this campaign, but all opinions are 100% mine.







34 comments:

  1. We used my phone as a timer to set bathroom times and that helped.

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    1. That's actually a great idea, I know I could get busy sometimes and forget!

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  2. Adorable little girl! Potty training was so easy with one of my girls and a pain with the other.

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  3. this would make an awesome gift for my granddaughter who it just about ready to start potty training.it is really a complete package.it was so very easy with my own daughter but every child is different.

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  4. I use to set the alarm in the kitchen so that every 30-40 minutes I would take mine back in to go again. Seems it did help along with a lot of praise, stickers, m&m's or anything so they knew they would get rewarded when going.

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  5. We put storybooks by the potty chair, and would sit down and read stories often all day long! Just that sitting time helped him go in the potty chair the first few times.

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  6. kendra hardcastleApril 17, 2015 at 9:30 AM

    You have to listen to your child. My son took forever to potty train and I'm hoping my daughter is easier.

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  7. My tip is to have older siblings be role models and encourage the younger ones to use the toilet.

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  8. use M&Ms as rewards- always keep a potty chart to track progress.

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  9. My potty training tip is to use a potty training chair that sits on the floor and is easier for child, instead of learning on a big potty. My daughter liked hers, and I had an easy time training her!

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  10. My tip is to be encouraging and make it fun

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  11. I find using a reward system works well

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  12. My tip is to use rewards and to be encouraging

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  13. My tip is to have a good reward system set in place. That helps keep the child motivated!

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  14. My game out of it so its fun for the kids.

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  15. Bribery worked for me. My son got a little box of Sugar Babies every time he went. He was going all the time just to get the treat -- took about 3 days and he was trained.

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  16. My tip is to use some kind of incentive plan like M&M's or stickers.

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  17. Be consistent and use stickers as rewards.

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  18. My tip is that I always offered as small reward and it worked for all 4 of my children.

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  19. tip: use a potty the child likes and is comfortable using to motivate them

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  20. Don't do it until they are ready otherwise it can become a power struggle.

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  21. When my son was 2, he loved swimming in grandpa's hot tub. One day grandpa told him that he couldn't go swimming as long as he was wearing diapers. Ryan decided that he loved swimming so much that he wasn't wearing diapers anymore and he never had any accidents or problems.

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  22. My only tip is to be patient it will happen when they are ready

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  23. Thanks for the chance to win! Currently potty training my 2 year old right now!

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  24. My daughter is already potty trained, but we will working with my son soon enough!

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  25. Lots of patience :) and positive feedback

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  26. My grandson is being potty trained right now. He's really jut starting because he's 2 years old and is afraid of the potty chair. The best advice I can give is have patience.

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  27. My tip is to use a rewards system.

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  28. Rewards and be persistent when it comes to getting them to try.

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  29. Well I started by putting my daughter on the potty every morning and she would go and then started every night and she would go then. I also stopped liquids after a certain time.

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  30. I would bring my daughter into the bathroom as I sat down on the thrown loll I would sit with her and we would read a story together,,, loll just before this I would give her a few drinks from her sippy cup

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  31. Have a lot of patience and don't push the child when they are not yet ready to be potty trained.

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  32. buying potty books for children and also rewarding them with a toy prize!

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