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I’m so excited to share with you all that I’m a Pull-Ups® First Flush Ambassador! As a mommy and a blogger it was one of those moments that I jumped up from my chair when I read the email and was “YAY I got picked” and then “YAY let’s get this potty training started”! Personally I’m a big fan of Pull-Ups because they helped me potty train my oldest daughter who is now 4 years old.
I have to admit that potty training was not the easiest task for me or my daughter! Really! Homeschooling and lesson planning are waaayy easier, well maybe a bit easier! I remember trying everything with Kaelyn while she was potty training, but one thing I do remember is her loving her Pull-Ups character diapers, especially her Princesses. At the age of 2 Kaidence is already wearing her Pull-Ups, she wants to be as big as her sister wearing “undies” and is definitely ready for the potty training phase! We haven’t officially started, so this is a great start for us and her!
Join us as I share our potty training journey with this little cutie and Pull-Ups!
How do you know if your child is ready for potty training? Check out these 10 Signs of Readiness and if your child shows more than 2 signs on the list, then it’s time to start training and celebrating!
- Stays dry for at least two hours.
- Is dry after a nap.
- Is uncomfortable in soiled diapers.
- Shows increased interest in the bathroom.
- Asks to use the toilet or potty char.
- Has regular and predictable bowel movements.
- Asks to wear Big Kid or “grown up” underwear.
- Uses words or body language when he or she needs to go.
- Follows simple verbal directions.
- Walks to and from the bathroom, helps undress his/herself.
Make sure to check out the Big Kid Academy on the Pull-Ups Website, Facebook, and Twitter to help you get started on making potty training and celebrating milestones easy, using printable charts to track First Flusher’s potty training accomplishments.
Are you potty training at this time?