It wasn’t all that long ago that I posted about the Top 5 Tips from Potty Training Experts from the Pull-Ups webinar that I attended, and before that I told you about the Pull-Ups Madrinas del Baño campaign of which I am a member. Today I’m both happy and a little sentimental about posting my last Pull-Ups post for the campaign. We’ve had a great time with the Pull-Ups products, and it was very timely for us as my little man decided he was very interested in potty training during the campaign. That was a little sentimental for me too – I have to face it, my baby is growing up! So today the fun part is telling you how we used the Pull-Ups goodies and that you can check out the same stuff we did because I’m giving away a prize pack because Pull-Ups believes every try deserves a little celebration!
And by prize pack, I really mean party pack! I’m sure by now you’ve seen Pull-Ups commercials with the celebration for the First Flush, right? In this pack, you’ll find everything you need to throw an awesome potty party – there are training pants, flushable wipes, a Disney character softee toilet seat, party hats, noisemakers, stickers, a potty tracking chart, coloring pages, and even one of the reusable Pull-Ups stickers. What’s special about the sticker you ask? Well, I’ll tell you! You scan it with your tablet or phone and use it with the Pull-Ups Big Kids app to have a 3D celebration as part of your potty training. But that’s not all!
My boys loved the Big Kids app. Actually, my older son who has been potty trained since before the second one was born likes it the best. He thought it was really neat to be able to take his picture with a Woody picture frame and he’s playing the Buzz Lightyear game now. My youngest, the one who is actually potty training, loved receiving a call from Tow Mater, but he was overall not as enthused about the app as my oldest. I enjoyed reading the articles and tips, but my favorite part is the potty timer. I’m awful at remembering to take the kids potty so having a timer works for me. I was a little disappointed that the app didn’t work on my new cell phone which has Jelly Bean, but it does work on my older Android.
So that’s what we’ve done with the potty training and Pull-Ups! In fact, my parents actually used the Disney character softee toilet seat when we went to Chicago recently. They didn’t seem too overwhelmed by the potty training business, but we did take the advice I learned in the webinar to make sure that everyone is on the same page with our potty training technique so that the child won’t be confused. And our son seems completely unphased by being gone, so it seems like a success all around! He’s still interested in going, so I’m going to keep up with it!
So what can you do? Use Resources: Download helpful tools and resources such as the Pull-Ups Big Kid App which helps parents with potty training. Check out Pull-Ups on Facebook to learn more and don’t forget to watch the YouTube video! And if you’d like to have a rockin’ Every Flush celebration, be sure to enter my giveaway below!