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Potty Training Tips + Pull-Ups Potty Partnership Tool Kit Giveaway! #PottyPartnership

Potty Training Tips + Pull-Ups Potty Partnership Tool Kit Giveaway!

Potting Training.
Did you know that June marks Potty Training Awareness Month?

Potty training is something that is no longer a part of my life but, it was definitely a challenging time for us in different ways for both our girls. I wrote some helpful potty training tips too! I know for a lot of you, it’s a reality right now. Potty training can be a guessing game, you have to watch out for signs of readiness, determine what type of potty personality your child harbours and how you will reward your child for a job well done. Most of all, you have to find the right training pants for your little one.

How Do You Know They’re Ready?

1. Tugging at a wet diaper.

2. Hiding to pee or poop.

3. Interest in others’ use of the toilet or copying behaviours. 

4. Having a dry diaper for longer periods of time. 

5. Waking up with a dry diaper after a nap.

6. Telling you when they have to go, are going or have already gone in their diaper.

Potty Training Tips + Pull-Ups Potty Partnership Tool Kit Giveaway!

The Pull-Ups Potty Partnership Toolkit.

One thing about potty training is that you don’t have to go at it alone. There are many resources that can help you on your journey with your child. Pull-Ups has put together an amazing toolkit that has a useful pamphlet with all of the information that you need to know about potty training. 

You can discover what their potty training personality your child is, a shopping list, training pant options, travel tips, how to talk to your child about potty training, how to praise them and more. It also comes equipped with other fun goodies that will help make your potty training more fun! 

The Pull-Ups®Potty Partnership launched earlier this year with huge success and offers a whole new way to potty train. Created in partnership with renowned child psychologist and potty training expert, Dr. Heather Wittenberg, it’s tailored to work with every child’s unique personality, on their schedule and according to how they learn.

By completing a free, online quiz, parents will receive customized tips and advice based on the Potty Personality their child most resembles: a Squirrel, Bear Cub, Puppy, Owl or Turtle.

Potty Training Tips + Pull-Ups Potty Partnership Tool Kit Giveaway!

Finding the Right Fit.

Choosing the right training pants can go a long way too. It can help with the hiccups along the way and you are going to want something you can rely on. The Pull-Ups training pants are designed specifically for boys and girls. The training pants for boys have extra protection towards the front of the pants while the girls training pants have protection in the middle. 

You have options too and you can find the right type that will help encourage your child to use the potty. There is Pull-Ups Learning Designs that have unique patterns that fade when wet. The Pull-Ups Cool & Learn training pants feel cool within seconds of getting wet and lets your little one know it’s time to hit the potty! Lastly, there are Night*Time training pants that help you stay consistent–day or night! All of them retail from $15.99 – $39.99. For more details, visit Pull-Ups.com.

Potty Training Tips + Pull-Ups Potty Partnership Tool Kit Giveaway!

Make Them Feel Accomplished.

I know that my girls absolutely loved the praise they received when they used the potty and learned how to wipe themselves. They felt accomplished and so very proud. Pull-Ups flushable wipes will help your child get cleaner than just using toilet paper alone. It gets them fresh and best of all, they are sewer and septic safe and will break apart when they flush them. So, no worries Moms and Dads!

The Pull-Ups Potty Training Parternship Toolkit is perfect to get you started! The training pants are adorned with fun designs of the one and only mouse and you can tell that they are really absorbent. You can also feel the difference. They are softer than I remember! 

Enter to Win This Giveaway

Potty Training Tips + Pull-Ups Potty Partnership Tool Kit Giveaway!

Ready to WIN?

One lucky Whispered Inspirations reader will win a Pull-Ups Potty Partnership Toolkit that is packed with goodies to help you conquer potty training.

Prize Pack Includes:
  • Pull-Ups® Training Pants
  • Big*Kid Flushable Wipes
  • Potty seat and chair
  • Potty training book
  • Milestone chart to track progress
  • Plush toy to reward potty accomplishments
  • $100 Walmart gift card to help you stock up on other potty training essentials outlined in the Potty Partnership Toolkit
  • The approximate value of each Toolkit is $250.



Good Luck!

There you have it folks, my biggest advice for potty training is to follow their lead. If you try to rush them, it may not work. Kids develop differently but, you don’t have to go at it alone.

With resources like Pull-Ups.com, you’ll be well on your way. You’ll find potty training articles, quizzes and vids. Plus, don’t forget to take your own personalized quiz for your child too. You can take the quiz, HERE. Follow them on Twitter, Facebook , Pinterest and YouTube for the latest updates!

What are your potty training tips?

Let me know, til then–cheers m’deres!




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  1. I would use this awesome prize pack to potty train my toddler. Thanks for the chance to win!

  2. I would gift this prize pack to my sister-in-law. My niece is aaaaalmost to the potty training stage.

  3. I would love to gift this to my friends son. He is almost at the stage of potty training, and this would be perfect. Thank you for the chance.

  4. dont rush they will get there i do not think they will go to college in diapers make it fun loads of praise and soon they will be big kids

  5. I would like to win this for my son who is turning 2 at the end of this month. My little man just stared to wear Pull-Ups. Great prize and would come in handy!

  6. My best tip is to keep it fun. If you stress out about it, it will definitely take longer!


  7. We have just started potty training our little one. So far the best tip I have is be persistent.

  8. I would love this for my daughter. She is at the taking off her clothes stage, so means time to start potty training

  9. I could really use this prize pack for my daughters. They are both not potty trained but i will be going through the process of training them soon

  10. I am not very good at potty training so a bad one to give tips!! lol I think one just had to stick to it and hope for the best!!

  11. We are heading into potting training soon and need all the tips we can get!!

  12. My best potty training tip is praise and rewards. I would love to win this for my youngest granddaughter.

  13. I was lucky and potty trained my kids in the summer time. I just let my kids run around with no pants on outside. Their potty was outside as well.

  14. I would like to gift this to my son since I am having a hard time to try to get him to go to the bathroom at school

  15. My best potty training tip is to be patient! I think reward stickers and prizes are great incentives for the child too.

  16. I would like to give this to my granddaughter who is going to be 2 so she can start her training.

  17. I would love to win this, so I could give this to my friend for his little boy. Thank you for the chance.

  18. I would love to win this for my friends little boy. He will be soon starting to potty train.

  19. This will be a gift to my baby sister (18yrs younger then me) who has a baby boy (Dylan) born in april. Thanks for the chance

  20. not sure how I got so lucky potty training my son ..basically what happened is that he saw his sisters diaper, puked in his hand and used his toilet after that (I guess he really never thought about what he was doing in his own diaper til he saw that LOL)

  21. I would love this for my granddaughter. I would give it to her Mom. It would make potty training fun!

  22. My tip is to make sure you take your child to the bathroom before you leave the house and as soon as you get home.

  23. I would gift this to my daughter in law to help her with toilet training my grandson so she would have it once she determines he is ready.

  24. I would love to win this for my little granddaughter. This will make potty training so much easier.

  25. I have to be honest and say that I do not have a best potty training tip… :S But I would love to win the prize for my soon to be 22 month old son. 😀

  26. I don’t really have any good tips. My oldest was so difficult and my middle was trained because her grandma and aunt wouldn’t take her to the parade and for a sleep over. So she lost her mind and they came back for her and she was potty trained since. Not sure what game plan to have with my 21 month old. .

  27. I would give this terrific prize package to my niece, she has 2 little ones to toilet train and it would be really helpful to her.

  28. I usually sit them down on a potty when I know it’s almost time to go and sit them to watch tv or play and when they go they get excited and want to go again.

  29. I would love to give this prize pack to my nephew who has baby #4 on the way, this time a girl, he has 3 boys, one will be going through potty training very soon, this would really come in handy for them. thanks so much for the chance to win

  30. Some children prefer a potty on the ground, and some prefer the insert that sits atop the regular toilet (used with a foot stool) – maybe trying both is a good idea to see which your child likes best.

  31. I would gift this to my daughter. She’s heading to potty training age and could make good use of this!

  32. I would keep it for my sone who is on the cusp of potty training, it would be helpful at just the right time!

  33. I would love to win this for my daughter. She is just starting the potty training process with my grand daughter.

  34. This would be perfect for my little grandson who is just coming up to the potty training stage.
    He is almost 23 months old and already showing some interest in it but he needs this potty!
    Thanks so much for the chance to win. 🙂

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