Pull Ups Giveaway

Friday, April 12, 2013

For Hispanic families everywhere starting and continuing potty training, every flush is a big deal. Parents and toddlers everywhere are continuing to celebrate every milestone especially potty training because every try deserves a little celebration.


For the past two months I have been trying to get Jax to master his potty training. It has been a long process but thanks to all the training tips and advice from the Pull Ups Big Kid App (yes, there's an app for that) I have learned to be patient and positive.

I recently received a package from Pull Ups that contained disposable training pants and a softee toilet seat with the Disney Cars theme. Along with the package were Flushable wipes which I think are amazing because you can keep them next to the toilet and the whole family can use them. They easily dissolve when flushed. There was also a celebration kit which Jax was excited about.












You can get more information, tips and advice by visiting the Pull Ups Facebook Page and the Pull Ups website.

Potty Training Tips:
*Celebrate their first, second, and every time they go to the bathroom....... because when you least expect it, they'll succeed.

*Make potty training a Family Affair: Get friends and family members involved in the process, asking others for support is a great way to go.

*Use resources: Download helpful tools and resources such as the Pull Ups Big Kid App which helps parents with potty training.

Check out this cool video from Pull Ups on You Tube!


Giveaway
One reader will get: *Pull Ups Training pants; preferred size and gender
                                   *Flushable Wipes
                                   *Disney softee toilet seat; preferred gender


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This is part of a compensated campaign with Latina Mom Bloggers and Pull Ups however all opinions expressed are my own.

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10 comments

  1. My best tip is to stay positive and offer plenty of praise

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  2. Wait until he/she is ready to potty train. It's okay to stop and start again at a later time if necessary.

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  3. When my parents were potty training my brother they would put cheerios in the toilet to help him with his aim! haha

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    1. Aww that sounds like fun, will try. Thanks!

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  4. When my parents were potty training my brother they would put cheerios in the toilet to help him with his aim! haha

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  5. Once your son is comfortable going to the bathroom sitting down, he can try the standing position (but there's no reason to rush this .. he can continue to pee sitting down for as long as he likes)

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    1. Thanks, I'm trying not to rush him but I want him to get it already.

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