The Road to Success with Potty Training

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Huggies Pull-Ups.  Mya has officially had success with potty training thanks to Huggies Pull-Ups!  Potty breaks were a huge help!

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Success with Potty Training

The main theme behind success with potty training is keeping it fun and consistent.  Taking frequent potty breaks helps avoid accidents and the emotional feeling of defeat associated with them.  However, having the confidence that if an accident occurs, Pull-Ups have your back!  LOL, pun intended.  Now that she’s been accident free for a couple weeks, she’s ready for real, big girl underpants.

#PullUpsPottyBreaks Success with Potty Training

Mya is so proud of herself and loves being able to wear real underpants.  Huggies Pull-Ups were the perfect transition from diapers to real undies!  She loves the freedom and not having all that bulk on her bottom!  Look at how flexible this little thing is!  Perhaps a tiny gymnast in the making!

Success with potty training with Huggies Pull-Ups #PullUpsPottyBreaks

Make Potty Training More Fun

  • Fun Pull-Ups with familiar characters like Little Monsters from Monsters University
  • The goal of graduating to real underpants
    • You can even make certificates for achieving small goals like “Accident free for a whole day!”
  • Rewards like potty treats
  • Put targets into the potty (especially for boys)
  • Read books or sing songs while sitting on the potty
  • Have older siblings lead by example and give encouragement
  • Visit Huggies Pull-Ups on Facebook to share tips with other Potty Trainers

 

Freedom Success with Potty Training #PullUpsPottyBreaks

Congratulations Mya!  :)

Success with potty training opens up a whole new world of freedom for your little one and the whole family.  Life doesn’t have to be so focused on the potty and fun activities can resume without the added stress of a possible accident.  Plus, there is so much less to pack!  No more diapers, wipes, creams, or bulky bags.  Woohoo!

Pull-Ups helps take the scare out of potty training by making it fun and easy with new Monsters U character training pants! You can help make potty training easier by staying consistent and using rituals like the potty break. Make it a game and ask your toddler, “What does a little monster take?”…“A Potty Break!”

Visit Pull-Ups.com and “like” Pull-Ups on Facebook for more potty training tips and resources.

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



About Shelley

Mother of two... My son, Adam, twelve, and my daughter, Chesney, nine, occupy pretty much all of my time. Otherwise, I love blogging (obviously), hoopdance, running, paintball, reading, swimming, biking, kayaking, gardening... yeah, I like being outside.
UPDATE: Because I have just so much extra time ;) I am now attending Benedictine University full time to finish my degree in Nutrition Science. :D

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Comments

  1. Julie Wood says:

    Mya is so cute! She is doing a great job. I know that potting training can be hard, but consistency is the key to success. These Huggies pullups sure are a great product to help with potting training!

  2. Amber Edwards says:

    I love Huggies! My daughter isn’t quite ready to potty train yet. But I have a package of Huggies Pullups already in my house for when she shows the first signs of wanting to potty train. I’m quite excited. I love the pullups. I used them with my boys.

  3. Congrats on your potty training success!

  4. Woohoo, Congrats to Mya! Having the kids potty trained is a relief to the parents too. :) We used pull ups when mykids were training. They liked being able to pick characters themselves.

  5. We love Pull-Ups too! I am so glad you are having great successes!

  6. What a cutie! SO glad I don’t have any more to potty train but it is a huge milestone to be proud of!

  7. We are in the throws of potty training! I am home for the summer from teaching so we have gone the naked from the waist down which has worked great. It’s great until we go for the panties and then she pees. I guess that is our next step

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