Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Procter and Gamble. All opinions are my own.
|Adalyn's favorite potty training treat: Mom's homemade peanut butter and jelly fudge. Recipe coming soon!|
The first few times, she was so scared to sit on her little potty. She would tell us that she was going poop (or we could see that she was) and we would run with her to the potty. It kind of freaked her out and she wanted to get up right away. To teach her to sit still on the potty, we read books to her the first few times. Then, we had to stop that because she wanted to sit on the potty (even like 5 times during dinner) just to be read to.
She definitely knows when she is going so I know that she is at least partially ready to be potty trained but I don't know where the fear is coming from. Also, we have a great potty book (that even has a flusher on there that makes noise) that she loves and I think helps her get used to going on the potty.
New Pampers Easy Ups which can be purchased at Babies R Us. They are so much easier than a diaper for potty training because you can get it off and on so much quicker and with potty training, time is of the essence! Before, we were using diapers because for some reason, I didn't think of getting these kind of training underwear and I am so glad that we finally tried them.
On average, potty training takes about 90 days to master so I do not feel too bad yet! These Pampers Easy Ups look and feel like real underwear and have leak protection. They are easier for your toddler to pull on and off themselves which can be the hardest part with potty training.
Now, at Babies R Us, you can get some great deals: From 9/12-10/13 you can get 2 for $18 Pampers Easy-Ups Jumbo packs which are usually $9.99. From 10/14-10-29, you can gets the Pampers Easy-Ups Super Packs which are usually $25.99 for $24.99. Also, there is a Twitter party with Pampers & Babies R’ Us Wednesday, September 28, 2016, at 11:00 A.M. – 12:00 P.M. PST/ 2:00 P.M. EST – 3:00 P.M. EST.
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So friends who have potty trained their kids before, please share your best tips for potty training as well as the age that you started potty training/the age they were fully potty trained.
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of P & G.