Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Toilet Training Made Easy With #PampersEasyUps

This post and giveaway were made possible by iConnect and Pampers Easy Ups.
 I was compensated for my participation in this campaign, but all opinions are 100% mine.
I've been told potty training boys vs potty training girls is very different. We aren't ready for the potty training stage yet with my daughter, but my son took to it easily once he was on board with it. It took him a while to want to try, but these new styles of Easy Ups from Pampers would have been a huge help back then. He absolutely loved Thomas and all things trains, so the designs definitely catch the eye of little boys who love everything with wheels like my nephew. My nephew is two and a half, and all boy. Like most two year olds he is very busy. When it comes to potty training, he needed training underwear that won't slow him down. 
The new and improved Pampers Easy Ups offer 360 degrees of comfort with the stretchy waistband. Making them easy to pull up and down through the many visits to the restroom throughout the day. Toddlers seem to love the added attention given to them during toilet training, so if you're like us, you'll probably spend lots of time in the restroom with your toddler as they're trying to "go."
Here's some great tips for getting started. 
There's no excitement quite like the excitement of the first time your little guy (or gal) goes on the potty. I can still remember the day I thought the Booper was fully trained simply because he went the afternoon without accidents. It wasn't the end of training, but it was a great start. We found training underwear to help when we were out of the house and especially at bed time. Bed time was our problem time, even long after he was able to go all day with no accidents he didn't wake in the night when he needed to go. Training underwear really helped us get through those nights without losing the confidence of all our daytime success! 

Pampers Easy Ups are available in sizes 2T/3T, 3T/4T, and 4T/5T and now feature super soft material making them feel more like cotton underwear. Pampers is offering a coupon that you can print at home for $2 off 1 pack of new Pampers Easy Ups Training Pants. Help make the potty training process easy and more affordable with this high-value coupon. Here’s how to save:

  • You can clip the Pampers Easy Ups coupon at: http://www.coupons.com/brands/pampers-coupons/
  • You will need to open a coupons.com account if you do not already have one
  • Then you can print, shop, and save – and keep an eye out for more Pampers coupons in the future!

Enter The Pampers Easy Ups Giveaway! 
One lucky entrant selected by the entry form will win the Pampers Easy Ups Prize Package! (ARV $75) Open to readers in the US, 18 years and older. Please note: One winner per household of the Pampers Easy Ups packages, so if someone in your house won on another site you're ineligible to win a second package. Open for entry from 9/21-10/3 at 11:59pm EST. Winner will have 24 hours to respond to the notification email to claim their prize. Once selected winner's information will be sent to the sponsor for verification.

Pampers Easy Ups Package



The days are shorter, the temps are cooler. When the kids are out for a week of fall break, here are the items you'll want to have on hand! The Fall Break Giveaway Hop, hosted by Savings in Seconds, brought together a wonderful group of bloggers who want to make your day more special. Click here to enter our grand prize, which is graciously sponsored by Zim's.






68 comments:

  1. I find using a reward system is very helpful.

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  2. My potty training tip is to use a good reward system that would excite your child, like earning 1 M&M for each potty success to keep them motivated. I would use the gift card on toys for my grandson's birthday coming up.

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  3. My potty training tip isn't really all that great and original, but one of common sense and knowledge...be and stay consistent!

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  4. For boys, use Cheerios as potty targets.

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  5. When we were potty training our son, we found that letting him follow Daddy to the restroom really encouraged him. He wanted to be a "big boy"! If I won, I would use the gift card on groceries.

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  6. My favorite tip is to stay strong and do not go back to diapers!

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  7. My potty training tip: use the old "big boys/girls use the potty" trick. :)
    I would use the GC towards a new pair of running shoes!

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  8. I'd buy things needed for my kids for winter if I won. My tip is to set a timer as a reminder to take baby back to try to go potty and keep stickers, m&m's, anything for a reward

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  9. Always wait until their ready, if you rush it it wont work. Incentives are fabulous and make a big deal out of little achievements!!

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  10. Sticker reward system works great for us. I'd use the gift card to get school supply.

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  11. use a potty the child likes and is not intimidated by; i would use the card for groceries

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  12. I just started potty training my son. He's proven to be a difficult one so I'm more in need of tips. I'd use the gift card towards things we need for the new baby due in a few months.

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  13. My tip is to get them underwear with their favorite cartoon character on it. Extra incentive for them. I would use the cash towards christmas gifts.

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  14. Make potty time fun. I used a family photo and did voices for each person to encourage our little one. It created lots of laughs and worked!

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  15. My tip is to make a big fuss and use rewards. Thanks so much.

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  16. My suggestion is just be patient and try regularly.
    I would use the gift card to buy groceries.
    Sherry Compton
    savewish@yahoo.com

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  17. I would put it up for Christmas!
    addictedtorodeo at gmail dot com
    Ashley C

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  18. I would use the GC for family birthday gifts.

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  19. My great potty training tip is to be patient. I would buy groceries with the $50 amex card. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  20. Do not force it, just be patient and let them be ready!

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  21. I have no great potty training tips. I will probably buy some diapers for my friend who just had a baby.

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  22. I would use the 50 dollars towards winter coat thanks..

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  23. I would use the gift card to buy some running clothes. I am training for a marathon!

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  24. Never get mad when you child make a potty mistake in his or her pants because there will be many of them in the begin.

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  25. The best tip I ever heard regarding potty training was to wait until the child showed interest. Nothing is more frustrating to parents AND children than trying to train too early.

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  26. my tip is to be consistent. id buy groceries with the GC

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  27. My best tip is to use rewards to potty train! My kids loved getting their stickers! I would use the card to buy some craft supplies for some projects I have planned with the kids!

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

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  29. My daughter started training her son recently. She bought him cute truck underwear which he really loves wearing. She also rewards him with a couple of M&MS.

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  30. I just started potty training for my little one few days ago. My favorite tip that I learned from other moms is using the reward system, like stickers or cartoon channels
    I would buy some potty training diapers for my son if I won this awesome gift card
    Thank You

    Fiona N

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  31. The best tip I have is to not get upset when an accident happens. This is a big deal and a big change for a little one and it takes time. Thanks for the chance

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  32. I would buy cat food if I win the card.

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  33. I think consistency is the best policy when it comes to potty training and staying calm.

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  34. We are in the middle of potty training and the only thing i can say is patience is the key. but I am loathing it

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  35. I am potty training my son now and we use a reward system for him to help encourage him to be successful.

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  36. I would use the Amex card to buy my baby niece something. :)

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  37. My potty training trip is to pack plenty of patience. I would spend the gift card on baby stuff for a friend of mine who is expecting. Thank you for the chance.

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  38. I would put the $50 towards my school tuition payment!

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  39. {Quanda} I would buy birthday presents for my granddaughter birthday in November.

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  40. I would buy diapers for my grandsons.

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  41. I'd buy pampers diapers and wipes for my 9 month old. We are going to need lots of them

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  42. I'll put it toward an Amazon Fire.
    Thanks for the contest.

    slehan at juno dot com

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  43. My kids also like stickers as a reward. I would love to buy diapers for my niece who just had a baby.
    twinkle at optonline dot net

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  44. If I win I would start on my Christmas shopping. Thank you for the entry.

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  45. All I know about potty training is patience, encouragement, and positive rewards. I have heard that you should try to remind the kids every couple of hours but I know that's not always possible.

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  46. After potty training 4 kids and now working on 2 grandkids, my best tip is relax. Do not stress over keeping up with your friend on your kid being potty trained. Stay consistant to your times and be patient. Make up silly potty songs to help relac the child.

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  47. My tip is to be super encouraging and silly. Make it fun for him or her.

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  48. My biggest tip would probably be bribery, with something like skittles everytime they go! I'd probably use the money for Thanksgiving or Christmas prep. Thanks for this opportunity!

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  49. I would buy something special for my grandson.

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  50. I would buy some Halloween supplies! Thanks

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  51. I would put it toward our monthly Amazon purchase of paper towels & toilet paper for the household!

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  52. Dont get discouraged dont give up.

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  53. My tip for potty training is to always give praise no matter how small the success and have A LOT of patience! I would use the gift card to buy more cleaning supplies for the toilet. Let's face the facts, when it comes to boys, even after toilet training, they seem to miss the toilet often.

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  54. I would buy new books for my grandchildren's bookshelf! Good children's books are an investment in their future!

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  55. I would definitely use the $50 Amex card to buy Pampers for my little one :)

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  56. My tip is to use lots of praise. I would buy winter clothes for my sons.

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  57. My tip is to know the signs when it's time to potty train. I would use the $50 AMEX to buy groceries.

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  58. I would use the gift card to purchase more Pampers Easy Ups and some big girl panties for after Bailey is potty trained.

    jweezie43[at]gmail[dot]com

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  59. Sure do, have a little boy and a little girl who will be potty training in a another month.

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  60. I am in great need of a nice new costume to get my nephew ready for Halloween. This prize would help out in doing so.

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  61. I WOULD BUY THINGS TO MAKE A REWARD SYSTEM.

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  62. I would use the $50 Amex GC towards a pair of boots.

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  63. Praise and award for going and for trying! Also if using regular toilet (which I recommend so no matter where you are you can continue potty training without hauling a potty chair or seat) start the child off facing backward so they can hold onto the tank of the toilet to ease the fear of falling in and little boys peeing everywhere

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  64. I don't have any potty training tips yet, but I would buy extra diapers or stuff for nursery - little one is due in about 6 weeks! :)

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  65. We are using Pirate stickers at the moment.

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  66. My potty training tip is to be patient, and persistent. I'd use the $50 towards Christmas gifts for my kiddos

    Nathansmommy619(At)aol(dot)com

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