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Make Potty Training Easy With #PampersEasyUps

*I’ve partnered with iConnect and Pampers to bring you this post and giveaway, all opinions are 100% mine.

We have reached the potty training point for the second time in our home. My youngest son is ready to take on the potty, toilet paper, and pee pee dance festivities! While potty training is a lot of trips going back and forth to the bathroom, it can also involve lots of laundry, lysol, and cleaning up accidents.

Make Potty Training Easy With #PampersEasyUps

My little guy is two and half years old and very ready for the potty training process. Diapers are too snug for him, plus trying to get him to lay down to put the diapers on or off is unrealistic. He sees his big brother and wants to wear big boy underwear like him. The truth is, with the craziness of three kids, potty training can be SO hard, especially when you are trying to clean up an accident while your baby is screaming in her highchair, your toddler is yelling from the bathroom, and your are fending off the dog from running through the liquid on your floor.

Make Potty Training Easy With #PampersEasyUps

Pampers EasyUps has made our potty training process a game changer. Here are some of our favorite features about the new Pampers Easy Ups.

  • The training pants are soft like cotton underwear, and easy to pull up.
  • Sides tear, which means if an accident happens you can easily remove without having to pull them down.
  • Dual leak guard barriers, keeps leaks from happening around the legs

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Thanks to incorporating Pampers EasyUps into our potty training, I dont have to worry about the aftermath of an accident. Plus, my little guy doesn’t get really upset and discouraged having to stand in a puddle of wet! Pampers Easyups are easy enough for him to use on his own! When he wants to go potty by himself, I know he will be able to quickly and easily put his easyups off and on.

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Make Potty Training Easy With #PampersEasyUps

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72 Comments

  1. Heather Hayes Panjon says:

    My Potty Training Tip Is To Make It Fun, Use A Reward System To Encourage, Set Goals And Offer Rewards Along The Way.

  2. shelly peterson says:

    I have found using a reward system is very helpful and being consistent.

  3. Jessica To says:

    I used a lot of encouragement and small treats for success.

  4. I think it is important to wait until the child is ready to train

  5. Patience is key, consider a rewards system.

  6. Dawn Monroe says:

    My tip is to make it fun, all kids are different and to have patience.

  7. Julie Wood says:

    My potty training tips is to be consistent, do not start to early and get a potty chair for child that sits on the floor. Makes it easy to potty train this way.

  8. My tip is to be patient and consistent. Don’t go back to diapers once you started to use potty

  9. Dana Rodriguez says:

    Reward system works the best.

  10. Betsy Barnes says:

    My potty training tip, do not try to force the issue. All children are different and it goes much easier if they are ready. 🙂

  11. For boys, use Cheerios as potty targets.

  12. My tip is to let the child choose their own potty so they are more excited to use it.

  13. My favorite potty training tip is to use a good reward system that really excites your child. My oldest grandson loved to earn 1 M&M for each potty success and it really kept him motivated.

  14. My potty training tip is to wait to potty train until you do not have a lot going on for at least a week. You need time to work at it!

  15. Sarah Hayes says:

    my tip is to be consistent

  16. Jennifer Marie says:

    I think giving lots of praise works well for potty training.

  17. A rewards system is a great way to motivate kids.

  18. Tabathia B says:

    First thing in the morning put them on the potty and it will become part of their routine

  19. be consistent and be patient

  20. Wait until they show some sort of interest. Forcing it will backfire. Also PRIZES PRIZES PRIZES

  21. Sonya Morris says:

    Get them excited about going to the potty and wait until they are ready.

  22. Jessica N says:

    My best tip is to stay positive and have patience. Takes time to learn and always keep a positive manner even if they make a mess on the floor!

  23. Barbara Montag says:

    My best tip is lots of praise and as much patience as possible.
    thank you

  24. My tip is to use a sticker reward chart.

  25. Keri Justice says:

    My tips are to have patience and be persistent and positive with your child! It’s a learning process.

  26. Lisa Brown says:

    use a potty that the child likes and is comfortable using

  27. Shawn Stover says:

    don’t give up

  28. Dawn Keenan says:

    My tip that worked with all 3 of my kids is wait, wait, wait. Then wait some more. If you start too early, you’re doomed to have lots of failures.

  29. laura bernard says:

    praise! special treats!

  30. Mary Cloud says:

    Offer a reward system as a way to offer encouragement and make potty training fun.

  31. We have books by the potty chair, and visit often throughout the day to read a book. He loves to listen to books…so he always wants to go…and we hope something will happen. 🙂

  32. Thomas Murphy says:

    Turn it into a game so its fun for the kids.

  33. amy pugmire says:

    I love the chart idea. and be consistent.

  34. Wait until your child shows many signs of readiness to start potty training and then try to train in warmer weather – it’s easier if you have fewer clothes to deal with .

  35. Steve Weber says:

    The best potty training tip is to recognize the signs to know when your child is ready.. don’t force it!

  36. My tip is to reward your child if the use the toilet.

  37. Birdiebee says:

    Provide a reward system when potty training as well as having plenty of patience.

  38. Stefanie G says:

    my best potty training tip is to have patience, and read potty books! it worked for my family!

  39. My potty training tip is to take your child with you to the store to pick out “big kid” undies. I would also suggest using a reward system.

  40. Just be encouraging, stay positive and have patience.

  41. Bridgett Wilbur says:

    I love the reward system it works great.

  42. My son did well with a reward system. We used Hot Wheels for a few days.

  43. natasha lamoreux says:

    Look for signs that your child is ready instead of basing it on age. Most importantly is having patience with your child.

  44. courtney b says:

    praise and reward !!!

    its the best way i’m telling ALL of you- my kid was virtually untrainable ! lol

  45. Use a reward system and make it fun! For my Son we practiced target shooting with cheerios!

  46. Have patience and expect accidents

  47. Have lots of patience and don’t pressure your child.

  48. Nancy Loring says:

    My son is only 6 months old so I don’t have any potty training tips but I did read everyone else tips. Everyone makes it seems so easy but I have a feeling that it won’t be.

  49. misty woods says:

    using a rewards chart is helpful

  50. Be patient it takes time!

  51. The best time of the year to potty train is summer

  52. Tracie Cooper says:

    My best potty training tip is to have a sense of humor and lots of patience.

  53. My tip is to use lots of encouragement and clapping and smiling. Kids respond to that.

  54. My tip is to use lots of encouragement and clapping and smiling. Kids respond to that.

  55. Be consistent & don’t give up.

  56. Geri Sandoval says:

    Never get mad at potty mistake because they will happen, make it fun.

  57. SHAYNA BROOKMAN says:

    I would say to be patient and consistent 🙂 Try to make it fun because it can be challenging at times !

  58. Trisha Burgess says:

    My tip is patience! When your kid sees you frustrated and impatient they will quickly become that way too!

  59. James Robert says:

    My tip is to set an alarm to remind you to keep taking baby to go potty. Otherwise, I would tend to forget to do it often enough

  60. aaron reck says:

    Patience is a virtue do not turn it into a battle of wills.

  61. Rewards for doing good and dont give up!

  62. We used a rewards system for using the potty. You also have to have a lot of patience with it.

  63. Allison Swain says:

    Using a rewards system has helped a bunch for me. It really gets them motivated!

    Thank you for the nice giveaway 🙂

  64. Dont give up and be consistent. Keep asking the kids if they need to pee.

  65. Jeanne Coulombe says:

    Make a sticker chart put cheerieos in the toliet if you have boys so they can sink them lol also put your child on the potty every 20 to 30 minutes for a few

  66. Cassie Eastman says:

    Have a lot of patience, offer rewards or a sticker chart, keep 2 or 3 outfit changes for them when you are on the go!

  67. Sarah Mayer says:

    The best tip I have is to recognize the signs that they are ready.

  68. stephanie macdonald says:

    PATIENCE and small treats for success.

  69. Shannon F. says:

    Dont rush it and have the little potty out where they can see it all the time.

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