Potty training mamas listen up: Pull Ups is holding a promotion in NYC Times Square on January 29th. They are throwing a larger than life potty training party for your tot. There will be a giant potty, performances, and a lit up billboard celebration where parents and their potty training toddler can enjoy all the excitement of this special milestone!Would you like to be featured on the Pull Ups billboard in Times Square on January 29th? You can win a trip to Disney World! Check out Pull Ups for more information on how to enter!
How are you celebrating your child’s first flush? My nephew is still having difficulties, so we have stopped potty training for a few weeks, hoping that after his First Flush party, he will be more motivated to potty train. My sister in law is hoping to have him potty trained before the new baby comes this spring, so check back for an update! We will be hosting a Pull Ups First Flush party for him and his friends soon.
When it comes to potty training, my advice is simple: Don’t stress. Children have huge receptors for detecting stress in their parents, and this is not conducive to potty training. When I first started training my daughter at 18 months, she was not ready. Although she was already saying many words, she was afraid of the potty. I backed off for a few months, and reintroduced potty training again. She handled it much better, and this time I made it all about her. I took her to the store to pick out a potty seat that SHE liked, and even had her pick up big girl panties. She loved the whole process, and within days she was potty trained. We weren’t able to use her big girl underwear until months later, so we used Pull Ups until she was clear of accidents for a while.
Do you have words of advice when it comes to potty training?
I participated in a campaign on behalf of Mom Central Consulting for Pull-Ups. I received product samples to facilitate my review and to host a party. I received a promotional item as a thank you for participating