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Potty training. We've all been there. Whether you are a first time parent, training your eighth child. Maybe you aren't even a parent, you had to learn how to use the potty as some time. Well, let's hope you did at least. When it comes time to potty train it is an exciting milestone for your child, but as parents (as least for myself) it can be a difficult process. My child is one of the most stubborn human beings that has ever existed. He would sit on the potty. Sometimes he would act like a flopping fish out of water and flail on the floor to avoid the potty at all costs. Other times he would proudly tell me
"Mommy! I peed in the bathtub, not the potty!" 

That's where Pull-Ups® Training Pants come in to play. Pull-Ups® help make potty training a fun and educational experience by guiding the process through independent learning while still offering the right amount of protection. Pull-Ups® come with stretchy sides that teach toddlers how to take them off and on by themselves. These easy-open sides make it super easy for parent and child to check for potty breaks. 

Every child is unique - when you can enroll in the Pull-Ups® Big Kid Academy here and begin your own customized potty training journey today you will receive a personalized "My Pull-Ups®"page complete with potty training activities and customized advice to point you in the potty training direction. 

Parents can also find great potty training resources at the tip of their fingers with the Pull-Ups® Time to Potty app. This tool will motivate, educate and rewards potty training behavior. I have this app and can speak from experience. It helped my stubborn three-year-old develop a consistent routine while incorporating puzzles, music and coloring pages. 

Last, but not least, use this link to download your own coupon for $2 off one package of Pull-Ups® Learning Designs Training Pants (Jumbo Pack or larger). 

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Pull-Ups®


  1. Hahahaha he peed in the bathtub. Toddlers are fun


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