When it comes to potty training, no two children are alike. My first daughter was terrified of the potty, but with lots of support and one on one time, she was successfully potty trained in just 3 days. My second daughter, on the other hand, showed me signs of readiness at 13 months old, was potty trained for a week at 18 months, and then she became very sick and regressed a bit. After that we went on vacation and decided to just wait until she was 2 to potty train her. We knew she knew what she had to do- but she wanted to be in control, so she fought us to use the potty. We had to bring out reinforcements to give her some incentive to use the potty. Using Pampers Easy Ups with one of her favorite characters, Dora, made her a little more excited to try on big girl pants and start using the potty.
Of course, there were a few accidents and Pampers Easy Ups always gave us that assurance when we were out in public. In our past few months of using Pampers Easy Ups, we have not experienced one leak. There is a wetness indicator on the front of the panty and our goal is to NOT make it disappear. My daughter is not night-trained, so leakage protection is very important for us at this point.
Please join @Pampers on April 21st from 9-10pmEST as they host a Twitter Party with Dr. Laura Jana, pediatrician, award-winning parenting book author and potty training expert who co-authored to Its You and Me Against the Pee…and the Poop, Too! Dr. Jana will be sharing her tips to help simplify and improve the potty training experience for little ones and their parents. RSVP here:http://vite.io/doubledutydivas
Potty training your little one? Enter to win a potty training prize pack from Pampers Easy Ups which includes
- A pack of Pampers Easy Ups
- Little Looster Step Stool
- Potty Ring
- “It’s You and Me against the Pee… and Poop too!” book
- A $50 AMEX gift card